David Frazer was born in Foster, Australia and is known for his work as a painter and printmaker. Frazer’s woodblock engravings are highly regarded for depicting a nostalgic image of Australia through his intricately detailed representations of longing and isolation. Popular representations and subjects are Australian landscapes, buildings and wayfaring travellers in bleak rural landscapes.
Frazer’s work is exhibited across Australian collections, most notably at the Art Gallery of New South Wales. He has also featured in international displays, including the Chiangmai Contemporary Art Museum, Thailand.