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JUNE HOBART (1923-2001), EARLY MORNING YARRA JUNCTION, OIL ON BOARD, CIRCA 1950, SIGNED LOWER LEFT, IMAGE 44cm SQUARE, ORIGINAL FRAME 55cm SQUARE.

JUNE HOBART (1923-2001), EARLY MORNING YARRA JUNCTION, OIL ON BOARD, CIRCA 1950, SIGNED LOWER LEFT, IMAGE 44cm SQUARE, ORIGINAL FRAME 55cm SQUARE.

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June Hobart was an Australian Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in 1923. June Hobart's work is in the Tonalist style and have sold in galleries & at auction.

Australian Tonalism was an art movement the emerged in Melbourne during the early 1910’s. Known at the time as Tonalism or Meldrumism, the movement was founded by artist an teacher Max Meldrum, who developed a unique theory of painting, the "Scientific Order of Impressions". He argued that painting was a pure science of optical analysis, and believed that a painter should aim to create an exact illusion of spatial depth by carefully observing in nature tone and tonal relationships (shades of light and dark) and spontaneously recording them in the order that they had been received by the eye


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