Rock wall, Derwent River (2016)
Oil painting by Raymond Wittenberg


  • Oil painting, Canvas
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  • Size: 72.05 × 24.02 × 1.18 in (unframed) / 72.24 × 24.02 in (actual image size)
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  • Signed on the front

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Artist's description:

The Derwent River emerges from the Tasmania's high country to meander east towards the Tasman Sea, the huge body of water lying between Australia and New Zealand. The rock wall is a geographic highlight of the town of New Norfolk the British colonialists established in 1807 on the Derwent River to accommodate the convict evacuees shipped off tiny Norfolk Island far to the north, which proved too small to produce the agricultural supplies the colony of New South Wales expected with the initial settlement of that island.
It is late summer, bullrushes are high on the river bank, a young woman dances casual and free along the walking track on the opposite side of the river, she is followed by a little white dog because this little character follows her every where.

Materials used:

oil paint

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