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Robin Wallace-Crabbe

Robin Wallace-Crabbe

Robin Wallace-Crabbe has had about fifty solo exhibitions in Australian capital cities. His paintings, prints, and drawings have been included in group shows throughout Australia and abroad, as well as in an International Print Biennale and an International Drawing Biennale. He has published more than ten novels, plus two nonfiction works.

Robin Wallace-Crabbe reviews 'Vassilieff and His Art' by Felicity St John Moore

December 2012–January 2013, no. 347 26 November 2012
Having attempted to connect with the art of painting by submitting to instruction on how to represent ‘apples and bananas and pumpkins and plaster casts’, Danila Vassilieff realised ‘it was all a waste of time, it was meaningless to me … That was dead life and I wanted to paint living life, life and nature and people in action and movement.’ ... (read more)