Brett Whiteley is one of Australia’s most celebrated artists. He won the Art Gallery of NSW Archibald, Wynne and Sulman prizes several times, and his artistic career was bolstered by his celebrity status in Australia and overseas. A star at capturing essence through shape, here Brett Whiteley brings a Palm Tree to life. This highly collectable original screen print from 1975 is an early print in the artist's graphic output and is in good condition for its age. The Palm Series was exhibited in London at Fischer Fine Art in 1977. It is sure to bring inspiration for those that cherish the visual poetry of Brett Whiteley. This work is beautifully housed in a raw hardwood frame using conservation grade materials, ready to hang on your wall.
REFERENCE: Deutscher, C., Brett Whiteley: The Graphics 1961 – 1992, Deutscher Fine Art, Melbourne, 1995, Illustrated - another impression from the edition p. 30, cat. 19, p. 111.
Brett WHITELEY, (1939 - 1992)
'Palm Tree 2', 1975
Colour screenprint on paper, printed in 2 colours.
Edition of 50
Image Size: 81 x 60 cm
Framed Dimensions: 118 x 94 x 3 cm
Numbered, stamped, titled and signed below image
Comes with Letter of Provenance.
Condition: This work of art is in good condition for its age. Please note that this work has been very slightly discolored due to some exposure to sunlight. The printed image itself remains strong and vibrant. This work has been professionally re framed with conservation materials and looks superb. Advice for the future care of this work is the same as for all works of paper. It should be be kept out of direct light and away from any dampness. This work of art has been assessed as in good and stable condition by a professional conservator. With the right care, this work will continue to remain in stable condition for the foreseeable future.
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