William Robinson – The Revelation of Landscape
27 February – 3 April 2004
William Robinson is one of Australia’s most respected contemporary landscape artists. This exhibition traces the important shifts in Robinson’s art over the last two decades and reveals his engagement with the environment.
Robinson’s monumental realism is resonant with nineteenth century landscape paintings by artists such as Eugene von Guérard and John Glover, and his original and powerful works also deal with the world of the spirit. Robinson describes his works as "doorways for people to come into my pictures."
An S.H. Ervin Gallery travelling exhibition for the Adelaide Bank 2004 Festival of Arts. Curated and catalogue essay by Jane Watters.