DAVID BROMLEY (1960 - )
A classic Unique State, Mixed Media work from David Bromley
This work is a Giclee Print with hand Coloured Acrylic Paints on A rchival Paper,
making each work Unique and unlike any other Edition.
Title: Boy and Dog
Hand Signed: Lower Right
Image Size: 94cm x 94cm
Sheet Size: 106cm x 106cm (Deckled Edges)
Condition: Excellent - New
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Principal, Martinez Art Dealer
Surry Hills, Sydney, Australia
ABN 36 561 407 649
David Bromley's artworks have two clear focal points - the Boys Own adventure project and the Female Nude series. Born in Sheffield, England, in 1960, Bromley came to Australia in 1964. He began his career in Adelaide as a potter, but eventually turned to painting. He takes inspiration from childhood books, popular culture and artists such as Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein and Glen Baxter.
Bromley focuses on the physical and emotional journey of life's travels, using the imagery of the Boys Own comic culture to paint vivid, passionate pictures of the spills and thrills of childhood. He centres on the adolescent years where he believes life is at its most intense and its demands are at their strongest.
He uses colour and figurative expressionism with nostalgia and the symbolism of Pop Art to hint at the innocence of the young. However, nothing is set in concrete and he leaves his work open to interpretation by the viewer. Even his still life pictures seem to have spontaneous movement.
Bromley's nudes portray the female form in contemporary fashion, as seen in the media, and this contrast to his other work serves as a breath of fresh air. He makes use of layering and texturing techniques while employing ...
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