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JUDY CASSAB

Walkers at the Cove, 1988

oil on board
84 x 90cm
Gallery price $ 15,000

Judy Cassab, AO CBE is among Australia’s most successful portrait painters, a twice awarded Archibald prize recipient. Since arriving in Sydney from Hungary in 1951, she has created numerous portraits - those commissioned by corporate leaders and social luminaries along with personal and intimate portrayals of family and friends. She has held over seventy solo exhibitions since her first show at the Macquarie Galleries in Sydney in 1953. Collectively, Cassab’s contribution have resulted in a distinct and comprehensive record of society and culture throughout the second half of the 20th century - confirming her eminent place in the canon of Australian portraiture. Her haunting landscapes are as highly recognisable, as her prolific body of portraits.


Courtesy of the artist.

 

LOCATION


926-930 High St, Armadale.

VIEWING

12-6pm, Monday 7 Sept. 2015

AUCTION

Monday 7 Sept. 2015
Cocktail party at 6.30pm followed by the Art Auction.

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CONTACT

Email:
Phone +61 3 9272 5699  

ADDRESS

Level 1, 306 Hawthorn Rd,
Caulfield South, VIC 3162
 
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JUDY CASSAB

Walkers at the Cove, 1988

oil on board
84 x 90cm
Gallery price $ 15,000

Judy Cassab, AO CBE is among Australia’s most successful portrait painters, a twice awarded Archibald prize recipient. Since arriving in Sydney from Hungary in 1951, she has created numerous portraits - those commissioned by corporate leaders and social luminaries along with personal and intimate portrayals of family and friends. She has held over seventy solo exhibitions since her first show at the Macquarie Galleries in Sydney in 1953. Collectively, Cassab’s contribution have resulted in a distinct and comprehensive record of society and culture throughout the second half of the 20th century - confirming her eminent place in the canon of Australian portraiture. Her haunting landscapes are as highly recognisable, as her prolific body of portraits.


Courtesy of the artist.