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Framed in a 4cm wide pine colour ridged frame with clear glass, ready to hang.
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In this Australian classic, d'Arcy Doyle takes us back to the simple days when children played in the street of a country town. Doyle has a deep affinity with the Australian bush and his work focuses on horses, sheep, drovers, and other farm activities as well as children's games.

1932-2001 d'Arcy Doyle was born in Ipswich in 1932. He is a self-taught painter of Australian landscapes and historical scenes. From an early age he took a keen interest in drawing. Doyle joined the Royal Australian Navy and served seven years, after which he took up full-time painting in 1961. Doyle has a deep affinity with the Australian bush and his work focuses on horses, sheep, drovers, and other farm activities as well as children's games. Influenced by Norman Rockwell, the well-known American illustrator, d'Arcy Doyle gives us a nostalgic impression of post-war Brisbane and Ipswich as he recalls it. d'Arcy Doyle died 28 August 2001.

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