Charles Blackman

Charles Blackman is widely regarded as one of the most original and significant figurative painters in Australian art. His work has been described as poetic exploring the complex world of human relationships from grief loss guilt and persecution to memories and the joy of dreams. His images of the hidden strengths and resourcefulness of those who are vulnerable – children women and the blind – project a power that has not been dimmed by time. His imagery speaks on a universal level.

In 1997 Blackman was awarded an OBE for his services to art. He is represented in the National collection all state galleries and most regional galleries in addition to private and corporate collections throughout Australia and internationally.

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