By Ken McGregor
Contemporary Australian artist David Larwill populates his paintings with stylised human figures and animals, child-like forms and the occasional slogan. This gives his work a naive quality, but his admirers find his work evokes a surprising range of emotions and moods. Ken McGregor traces the artist’s interesting life, surveys his work through various periods and discusses influences, especially Larwill’s love of Aboriginal and tribal art.
74 plates in colour, 24 illustrations in black and white, 204 pages, hardcover, 286 x 254 mm 204 pages
Published by Craftsman House
Publication date: March 1998
Dimensions (in inches): 0.89 x 11.67 x 10.38