The painting is of a modern day view of Hobart’s Battery Point from Short Beach that is actually in Sandy Bay. The feature of the painting is a reconstruction of the gathering of Tasmanian Aborigines as painted in 1840 by Benjamin Duterrau (‘The Conciliation’). The point is the indifference shown by the tourists, also on the beach, who are more interested in taking a selfie. The ‘1909’ is an art installation referring to the year of birth of Errol Flynn.
Acrylic on Board with white wooden Frame
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