Penny Farthing Design House
Kurnell Landscape 1960's
Max Dupain (1911 – 1992) is regarded as one of Australia’s greatest photographers. The simplicity and directness of his work created images that had a sharp focus, a certain boldness and a strong graphic composition. The repertoire includes landscapes, seascapes, industrial, nudes, still life, architecture and portraits.
Some examples of his famous works are: “Sunbaker”, “Meat Queue”, “At Newport” and “At Bondi”. Often these are spontaneous photographs of unaware Australians pursuing their daily tasks or at leisure.
These photographs have been released from Max Dupain’s estate by his daughter. They have been printed by Max Dupain from his original negatives. There is often only one print available.
This photograph is as seen in Max Dupain's Australian Landscape, "Machinery, nature and man in pictorial configuration".
Dimensions (photograph): w 31cm x h 31cm,
Dimensions (framed): w 53cm x h 53cm.
The photograph is framed using contemporary exhibition framing (white mount board with deep cut black frame).
The photograph has a small tear in the top left corner.