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Casuarina Bridle Track
© Tortoiseshell Gallery and Neil Taylor, Sydney 2020

Neil Taylor

Casuarina Bridle Track

acrylic on canvas
60 x 60 cm
Neil Taylor’s naturalistic depiction of the Australian bush explores the raw characteristics of the landscape. Taylor draws from the traditions of Romanticism and the Australian landscapes of Russell Drysdale, William Robinson and Arthur Streeton to build a layered historical narrative. Through the use of realistic tones and rendered light, Taylor’s paintings suggest a more transient moment. Here the immediacy of the landscape alludes to something more powerful and its device as a metaphor for mans interaction with nature.

Neil Taylor

Neil Taylor’s meticulous and realistic representations of the Australian bush are mysterious, beautiful and visionary. His landscapes draw on traditional romanticism paintings, while also reflecting more contemporary Australian landscape painters of Drysdale, Streeton and Robinson. Neil Taylor has been a recipient of numerous art prizes, including the Mortimore Art Prize and Mount Eyre Art Prize. He is a winner of the People's Choice Award for numerous prizes, including the Calleen Art Prize and Mosman Art Prize. He has also been a finalist in the Archibald, Wynne, Sulman and Plein Air Painting prizes'.

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