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Richard Dunn

Standley Chasm c. 1942-49 (After Albert Namatjira), small version, 2015 - 2016

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acrylic on canvas

100.00 x 82.00

signed, titled and dated on reverse

Provenance:

The Artist

Exhibited:

The larger version of this work, exhibited at Charles Nodrum Gallery in 2012, and at the Benalla Art Gallery & the Moree Plains Gallery in 2011, is now in the collection of the Araluen Centre for the Arts, Alice Springs.

Note:

The MacDonnell Ranges of central Australia provide a refuge for a range of rare and endangered species. Its rugged hills create a cooler and moister environment in its sheltered gorges and water holes, which provide relief from the heat of the surrounding deserts. Climate change projections for Alice Springs show that by 2090, the number of days over 40oC could increase by a factor of five. (Climarte)

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Ordung muss sein 5

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acrylic on digital photograph, 75.00 x 55.00

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Ordung muss sein 7

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 9

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glass & acrylic on plywood, framed, 42.50 x 39.50

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 8

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 7

Richard Dunn

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 6

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glass & acrylic on plywood, framed, 42.50 x 39.50

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 5

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 4

Richard Dunn

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glass & acrylic on plywood, framed, 42.50 x 39.50

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 3

Richard Dunn

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glass & acrylic on plywood, framed, 42.50 x 39.50

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 2

Richard Dunn

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glass & acrylic on plywood, framed, 42.50 x 39.50

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 1

Richard Dunn

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glass & acrylic on plywood, framed, 42.50 x 39.50

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19, 1-10

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Haus Wittgenstein/Arkhitekton B

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Haus Wittgenstein/Arkhitekton A

Richard Dunn

2018

plywood, gesso & water-based enamel, 25.00 x 50.00 x 40.00

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19 #5

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2016 - 2017

acrylic on canvas, 215.00 x 190.00

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19 #4

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acrylic on canvas, 215.00 x 190.00

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19 #3

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acrylic on canvas, 215.00 x 190.00

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19 #2

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acrylic on canvas, 215.00 x 190.00

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Haus Wittgenstein, Kundmanngasse 19 #1

Richard Dunn

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acrylic on canvas, 215.00 x 190.00

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NYC #1

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1968

pigment, acrylic and enamel on canvas, 183.00 x 488.00

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Standley Chasm c. 1942-49 (After Albert Namatjira)

Richard Dunn

2011

Monotype woodcut, 1st version, 100.00 x 80.00

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Since its establishment in 1984, the Charles Nodrum Gallery’s exhibition program embraces a diversity of media and styles - from painting, sculpture & works on paper to graphics and photography; from figurative, geometric, gestural, surrealist & social comment to installation & conceptually based work.