A distinctly Australian landscape, painted circa 1900, around the period of The Heidelberg School of Australian landscape painters (1888-1910), and with echos of Hans Heysen’s Droving into The Light (1914-1921).
A captivating scene of a dusty amber lit sky at the end of a long hot day. The last of the suns heat illuminating the ancient Gum tree and the fleeced backs of the sheep.
The drover on horseback in the distance gives perspective to this intimate view of early Australian bush life.
Oil on board, in its original wood & gesso frame.
Measures including frame: 47cm high, 37cm wide.
Professionally cleaned & ready to hang.
Price includes gst.