Charles Blackman is regarded as one of Australia’s most significant artists. A master of modern figurative art, his works have been likened to those of Picasso and Sidney Nolan. As with many iconic Australian artists, Blackman’s first job was as an illustrator for a newspaper, the ‘Sydney Sun’. After moving to Melbourne in the mid-1940s, Blackman’s career and importance as an artist escalated when he exhibited his celebrated ‘Schoolgirl’ series. The collaborative collection ‘Blackman by Bromley’ shows works from Charles Blackman’s sketch books, coloured by David Bromley in Bromley’s signature daring high key colour style.
|Size||Art Print Dimensions||Framed Art Dimensions|
|One Size||260mm x 205mm||450mm x 395mm|