Details about HANS HEYSEN 'AMBLESIDE LANDSCAPE, STH AUSTRALIA' PRINTSee original listing
15 Jun, 2011 22:44:39 AEST
Far North, QLD, Australia
HANS HEYSEN (1877 - 1968)
IMAGE SIZE 54.0 x 46.0cm
(Inclusive of borders 67.0 x 51.0cm)
A lovely print from the original oil painting by Sir Hans Heysen.
Printed on high quality linen royale textured fine art paper.
Born in Germany on October 8 1877 Hans Heysen came to Australia at the age of 6. He studied art at the Norwood Art School in Adelaide with Julian Ashcroft and overseas in Italy, Britain, Holland and France at the Academie Julian, Academeie Calarossi and the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. Returning to Australia he lived at Hahndorf outside Adelaide and became renowned for his watercolour and charcoal portrayals of the Australian bush.
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