Medium: Oil on board
Dimensions: 29 x 34 cm
Date: 1980 Circa
CHG Director's Statement: Hugh Sawrey is known as a figurative impressionist painter. He is arguably one of Australia’s greatest bush painters and undoubtedly one of the best painters of horses. Vibrant images of horses and cattle, the outback and station life are images synonymous to Hugh Sawreys work.
Hugh Sawrey has exhibited in most of Australia’s major galleries. Also in London at the Tryon Gallery. His work is represented in important public and private collections including: the Queensland Art Gallery, the Robert Holmes a’ Court Collection, the Sir Rupert & Lady Clarke Collection, the Lady Fairfax Collection and the Robert Nesen Collection.
Hugh Sawrey’s work is also represented in overseas collections such as the Dunedin Gallery in New Zealand, the Australian Embassy in Paris; Rothchild Collection, Paris; the Lord T. Remnant Collection in Britain; King Ranch, Texas, USA and the Mitsubishi Collection in Japan.
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