- Media category
- Materials used
- watercolour on ivory wove paper
- 48.5 x 31.5 cm image; 57.3 x 38.2 cm sheet; 73.5 x 53.3 x 2.9 cm frame
- Signature & date
Signed with initials l.l. corner, pencil "KL".
Dated bot. c., pencil "07".
Signed and dated upper c. to lower c. verso, pencil "K [illeg.(Lincoln)]/ 19-1-2007/ ..."
- Kathleen Buchanan May Bequest Fund 2008
- Not on display
- Accession number
- © Kevin Lincoln. Licensed by Copyright Agency
- Artist information
Works in the collection
'House by a canal 5' is one of a new and succinct series of watercolours and related paintings that Kevin Lincoln started in Holland in September – October 2006 and continued on his return to Melbourne. It was his first visit to Holland and only his second to Europe.
Staying on the outskirts of Delft, he was struck by the facades of nineteenth-century houses along the canals of Dutch towns, especially the large facetted windows that are such a feature of old Dutch houses. The colour and tonality of Dutch light appealed to him, as did many Dutch artists – from the early twentieth century such as George Hendrik Breitner and Willem Witsen, as well as modernists such as Piet Mondriaan, those from the De Stijl movement and post-war moderns like Armando.
Shown in 1 exhibition
Kevin Lincoln, still life and abstract paintings from Australia and Holland (2008), Liverpool Street Gallery, Sydney, 25 Jan 2008–25 Feb 2008
Other works by Kevin Lincoln
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