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Elioth Gruner

Elioth Gruner Mingoola Valley oil painting on canvas
Mingoola Valley
Painting ID::  77258
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Elioth Gruner Mingoola Valley oil painting on canvas



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  Elioth Gruner
  New Zealand-born Australian Painter, 1882-1939,Australian painter. The son of a Norwegian father and Irish mother, he came to Sydney from New Zealand with his family in 1883. He received his first art lessons from Julian Rossi Ashton, although for many years he had little time for painting, instead working to support his family. He finally achieved recognition as an artist around the beginning of World War I. Following successful sales he became a full-time painter, championed in Sydney as the exemplary heir to the impressionist pastoral tradition of Australian art, which had been established in the late 19th century. Between 1915 and 1920, under the influence of Max Meldrum, he focused on the landscape as seen against the light. Painting en plein air he specialized in effects of early morning, for example Morning Light (1916; Sydney, A.G. NSW), one of a series painted at Emu Plains (1915-19),
  Mingoola Valley
  oil on canvas, 59 x 74.5 cm) by Elioth Gruner (1882?C1939). cyf

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