Medium: Oil on board
Dimensions: 44.5 x 59.5 cms
CHG Director's Statement: Reinis Zusters work is described as work that 'stands out with a vividness that can almost be alien at times'. Born in 1919 he passed away in 1999.
Zusters was a distinguished artist who won the Daily Telegraph Art Prize in 1957, the Hunters Hill prize in 1958 and 1959, the Wynne Prize in 1959, the Rockdale Prize in 1962 and the Bendigo Prize in 1963; he won the Special Prize at the Osaka Triennale in 1993. His portrait of potter Peter Rushforth was exhibited in Portraits of Australia: The Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Collection in 1988. He is represented in the collections of the National Gallery and all major Australian galleries.
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