Roger Kemp OBE AO (1908-87) is considered as one of the foremost representatives of Australian abstract art movement. He had developed a unique iconographic language to convey experience through movement and energy. Meditations on human condition and spiritual journey are central to his art. Kemp’s set of tapestries, which adorn the Great Hall of the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne, are considered to be among Australia’s most iconic and celebrated works.
Further Biography: http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/kemp-francis-roderick-roger-12725