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Australian fine art allows the subject to be representative  while retaining expressionism for the painter.

Where the sugar cane grows, the tropical sun shines down. It took hard working men to clear the fields, to sidestep the snakes and beat off the rats. The Cookie kept the teams well fed and plenty of dark hot tea and damper during their smoko breaks.

There was fierce competition between the gangs to finish first. Competition was also strong between adjoining properties. The mechanical harvester and need for firing the fields saw the passing of the bronzed band of cutters as they dwindled out and went to find other work. I loved devising this painting to bring the strength of the men, the heat and humidity and the lush greenery of the tropics.

 

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Australian Fine Art

Professional oils

Stretched canvas over timber frame

Framed by Master framer

Ready to hang

Complimentary 55 page glossy magazine featuring all the exhibition works.

1935 Canecutters Australian Fine Art

Marie Green

AUD$2,185
Size: 91.44w x 60.96h x 2.5d cms
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Australian Fine Art portraying the road builders work out in the mid-day sun.
Hard, hot, monotonous work but it but it put money in the men’s pockets to feed the family.

Specification of Canecutters

Australian Fine Art
Professional oils on stretched canvas over timber cradle
Stretched canvas over timber frame
Framed by Master framer
Ready to hang
Complimentary 55 page glossy magazine featuring all the exhibition works.

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Australian fine art allows the subject to be representative  while retaining expressionism for the painter.

Where the sugar cane grows, the tropical sun shines down. It took hard working men to clear the fields, to sidestep the snakes and beat off the rats. The Cookie kept the teams well fed and plenty of dark hot tea and damper during their smoko breaks.

There was fierce competition between the gangs to finish first. Competition was also strong between adjoining properties. The mechanical harvester and need for firing the fields saw the passing of the bronzed band of cutters as they dwindled out and went to find other work. I loved devising this painting to bring the strength of the men, the heat and humidity and the lush greenery of the tropics.

 

Specification of Canecutters

Australian Fine Art

Professional oils

Stretched canvas over timber frame

Framed by Master framer

Ready to hang

Complimentary 55 page glossy magazine featuring all the exhibition works.

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