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Arnold Shore

The Back Garden (The Garden), 1962

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Catalogue number: 15

oil on canvas

120.00 x 118.00

signed and dated 'Shore 62' l.r.

Provenance:

Mrs Agnes Hutchinson Shore, through the Joseph Brown Gallery, 1980, to the present owner

Exhibited:

Arnold Shore, Victorian Artists Society, 1962, no. 4;
Arnold Shore, Castlemaine Art Gallery, 1973, no. 15;
Joseph Brown Gallery; Winter Exhibition 1974, no. 9;
The later works of Arnold Shore, Powell Street Gallery, 1977, no. 31;
Earth, Sea and Sky, Charles Nodrum Gallery, 26 March - 9 April, 2009, no. 7

Literature & references:

Alan McCulloch, Encyclopaedia of Australian Art, 1968, illus p 624;
The Herald Sun, Melbourne, Alan McCulloch, "The Madness is missing", n.d.;
Roger Dedman, The Art of Arnold Shore, MA thesis, 1983

Note:

“One of the most powerful features of the CSIRO’s and Bureau of Meteorology’s climate change projections was their use of ‘climate analogues’ to help explain what future climate change might be like relative to other places in Australia… under high emissions, Melbourne’s future climate will match the current climate of Dubbo in western New South Wales, or that of Gawler, 40 kilometres north of Adelaide, by the end of the century. Sydney will take on the subtropical climate of Brisbane, and Hobart will transition to the aridity of today’s Adelaide. By the end of the century, Darwin will not resemble any part of modern-day Australia; entirely new climate conditions will have formed.”
Gergis, Sunburnt Country…, MUP, 2018, p. 225

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