Frank Hinder Australian Artist

Frank Hinder

Four-in-one-bird moving (Pelican), 1937
oil on hardboard, motor - without box
70.5 x 70.5 cm
signed and dated -37/79 lr

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Exh AGNSW 1980 no 61

The artist intends this work to be seen in four rotating positions. Formerly it was moved by hand. The mechanical movement was made c1980 and also the surround. The watercolour studies originated from a nude study, neck and breasts, turned upside down and abstracted.

Frank Hinder, Four-in-one-bird  moving (Pelican)

Copyright Estate of Frank Hinder

Francis (Frank) Henry Critchley Hinder (1906–1992) was an award winning Australian painter, sculptor and art teacher who is also known for his camouflage designs in World War II.