Clayton Tremlett 'Queen Truganini'

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Truganini, born around 1812 on the island of Van Diemens Land (now Tasmania), was a prominent figure among the Palawa people, the Aboriginal inhabitants of the state. Her life serves as a poignant symbol of the profound impact of European colonization on Indigenous communities in Australia and the resilience of individuals faced with immense cultural disruption and loss. Her legacy is remembered and commemorated by Clayton Tremlett, with this lithograph.

An innovator in printmaking techniques, Tremlett has exhibited extensively across Australia and is represented in the National Gallery of Australia, Geelong Gallery, Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Bendigo Art Gallery among other public and private collections nationally and internationally. For enthusiasts of the art of printmaking, Tremlett is a rewarding find.

Clayton TREMLETT (1964 - )
'Queen Truganini' 2010
etching on paper
Edition of 15
Image Size: 15 x 12 cm
Dimensions: 40 x 30 x 1 cm
Signed: Editioned, titled, signed 'C Tremlett' and dated below image.
Comes with Letter of Provenance

Condition: Excellent. 

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