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  • A Bayside Icon By Eva Horvath Oil On Linen 122cmx152cm
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‘A Bayside Icon ‘ is an original oil painting on stretched linen, wired ready to hang.

The artwork depicts the Bayside Council Chambers and Brighton Library in its leafy garden setting.

The painting is an impressionistic representation of the distinctive circular building nestled within the Bayside Arts and Culture precinct.

This iconic structure that now houses the Brighton Library was designed by architect Kevin Knight and completed in 1961. The interior of the circular foyer and two circular meeting rooms were designed by Grant Featherston and are an example of late 1950s interior design in Victoria. The circular foyer is now occupied by the Library.

The building itself is of architectural importance as an expression of the influence in Australia of the work of renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The structure, with its prominent curved and tapering ‘drum’ form, recalls Wright’s design for the Guggenheim Museum in New York, which successfully combines curved and planar forms and integrates landscaping into the building’s fabric through the use of planter retaining walls.

The painting ‘A Bayside Icon’ reflects the unique character of this Brighton landmark within its beautiful garden surrounds.

A Bayside Icon

Eva Horvath

AUD$4,150
Size: 122w x 152h x 2.5d cms
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‘A Bayside Icon ‘ is an original oil painting on stretched linen, wired ready to hang.

The artwork depicts the Bayside Council Chambers and Brighton Library in its leafy garden setting.

The painting is an impressionistic representation of the distinctive circular building nestled within the Bayside Arts and Culture precinct.

This iconic structure that now houses the Brighton Library was designed by architect Kevin Knight and completed in 1961. The interior of the circular foyer and two circular meeting rooms were designed by Grant Featherston and are an example of late 1950s interior design in Victoria. The circular foyer is now occupied by the Library.

The building itself is of architectural importance as an expression of the influence in Australia of the work of renowned American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The structure, with its prominent curved and tapering ‘drum’ form, recalls Wright’s design for the Guggenheim Museum in New York, which successfully combines curved and planar forms and integrates landscaping into the building’s fabric through the use of planter retaining walls.

The painting ‘A Bayside Icon’ reflects the unique character of this Brighton landmark within its beautiful garden surrounds.

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