This Dorothy Braund Modernist Masterpiece is a modernist Masterpiece that has been in the David and Amanda Freeman Collection since 2000.
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Below is some important information on Dorothy Braund, who is represented in most major Art Galleries in Australia and many important Corporate and Private Collections Worldwide. Dorothy Mary Braund was born in Melbourne in 1926. Died 2013 She studied at the National Gallery School from 1945-49 under William Dargie, Murray Griffin, and influential modernist Alan Sumner during which time she exhibited at with the Contemporary Art Society. Following graduation from the Gallery School, Sumner sent her to the George Bell School for extra study in 1949.
Braund studied in England from 1950-51 and on returning to Australia became a regular participant at the George Bell Studio; Bell appreciated her use of form, color, and surface. Her figurative style is characterized by its simplicity, something hugely important to Braund, and her works focused on the natural world, people and activity. traveled further throughout the 50s and 60s through Europe, to Greece, Italy and also Pakistan, Persia, and Turkey. In the 1950s Braund taught art at three schools in Melbourne, from 1961-64 she gave talks on ABC radio and she also reviewed books for The Australian during 1969-77. Braund held her first solo exhibition in 1952 and exhibited consistently until her death. She won prizes in competitive exhibitions at Albury 1962, Colac 1964, Bendigo 1966 and Muswellbrook 1972. She died in Melbourne in 2013. Braund is represented in many public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Art Gallery of South Australia, National Gallery of Victoria and many regional galleries.