Artwork Description

Acrylic on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

Stockroom painting 2011

acrylic on canvas, 122 x 91cm

Representational contemporary painting of Australian historical events.

Ned Kelly was 10 years old when he saved a boy (Richard Shelton) from drowning in Hughs Creek, Victoria. He was presented with a Green Sash from the boys father (Esau Shelton) in recognition for his bravery. Ned Kelly was wearing the sash under his armour during the siege at the Glenrowan Hotel in 1880. Ned Kelly was captured after being shot while the other three gang members died in the shootout. Ned Kelly was sentenced to death on 11th Nov 1880.

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Medium

acrylic on cotton canvas, sealer, ready to hang

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Stretched and ready to hang

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