A wonderful, captivating study of the Jaribou by the artist , Heinz Steinmann, renowned for his paintings of Australia's natural environment and other aspects of life in Australia. This is stated to be a 1986 work from the Cape York wilderness ( please see original label at back of painting ).
Size of the painting itself : height : 37 cm. ( 14 1/2" ), width : 26 cm. (10 1/4").
Condition : excellent.
Swiss born Heinz Steinmann celebrates four decades living in his beloved far North Queensland as a full time artist. he has long become one of Australia’s widely recognized artists with many successful solo exhibitions in our leading galleries to his credit including Australian Galleries Melbourne, Holdsworth and Wagner Sydney and Philip Bacon galleries in Brisbane.
Steinmann has also achieved wide acclaim in Europe with important exhibitions in Switzerland and the UK together with the ZDF television network’s documentary of his life and work.
His paintings feature in many major art publications including World Encyclopaedias and Who’s Who in International Art.
His poetic interpretations stand aloof from avant-grade trends and are unique in their expressive power. It was Steinmann’s Babinda Rainforest paintings that inspired our National Treasure musician Don Burrows to compose the “Babinda Trilogy”.
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Heinz Steinmann ( 1943-), Acrylic, "Jaribou Portrait," 1986.