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Pro Hart

(1928 -  2006 ) Wikipedia® : Pro Hart
HART Pro   
 
The Woolpresser's Bird 1

Leonard Joel /Apr 14, 2016
3,110.56 - 4,888.02
2,395.75

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Variants on Artist's name :

Hart Kevin Charles

 

Artworks in Arcadja
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Extracted between 1,576 works in the catalog of Arcadja
Pro Hart - Dragonfly

Pro Hart - Dragonfly

Original 1992
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Lot number: 101
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Pro Hart Dragonfly 1992 oil on board 120.5 x 90.0 cm signed lower left: PRO/ HART dated lower right: 92 signed, dated and inscribed with dedication verso: TO MURRAY AND PAMELA/ GOOD LUCK/ IN YOUR NEW HOME/ PRO HART/ 26-1-1988 Provenance: Art Galleries Schubert, Queensland Private collection, Queensland
Pro Hart - Rabbiters

Pro Hart - Rabbiters

Original 1976
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Lot number: 131
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Description: PRO HART (1928-2006), Rabbiters 1976 oil on board 58.0 x 60.0 cm signed and dated lower right: PRO/ HART/ 76 inscribed verso: ARTIST: PRO HART/ TITLE: Rabbiters/ Size: 23" X 24"/ Medium: Oils on Hard Board/ Ref no: 384/ PH/ '76 Private collection, Victoria Provenance: Private collection, Victoria
Pro Hart - Uprising At Chinaman’’s Creek

Pro Hart - Uprising At Chinaman’’s Creek

Original
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Lot number: 216
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PRO HART (1928-2006) Uprising at Chinaman’’’’’’’’s Creek oil on board 121.5 x 136 cm PROVENANCE: Leonard Joel, Melbourne, 24 May 1973, lot 148 Private collection, Melbourne Fine Australian & International Art, Deutscher~Menzies, Sydney, 13/03/2007, Lot No. 100 Private collection, Queensland OTHER NOTES: This work is accompanied by a letter and a photograph of the work signed by the artist
Pro Hart -   
 
The Woolpresser's Bird 1

Pro Hart - The Woolpresser's Bird 1

Original 1982
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Lot number: 3117
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§ PRO HART (1928-2006) The Woolpresser's Bird 1982acrylic on boardsigned and dated lower right: PRO HARt 82titled lower left45.5 x 61cmPROVENANCE:Leonard Joel, Melbourne, 22 July 2014, lot 46Private collection, MelbourneOTHER NOTES:Please note this lot holds the Resale Royalties fee, payable by thebuyer
Pro Hart - Study For The Diggings

Pro Hart - Study For The Diggings

Original 1973
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Lot number: 42
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KEVIN CHARLES (PRO) HART (1928-2006) “Study for the Diggings” Oil on Board 121x121cm Signed Lower Right, dated 73, Titled Lower Left “Study for the Diggings” If ever there was a colourful and beloved Australian arts figure, Pro Hart was it. His name became a household word through the years of his heyday and lives on now in his vast body of uplifting and historic works, but also in the eponymous art gallery in his home town of Broken Hill. So well known is he as “Pro” While Hart was never to reside other than in his adored Broken Hill, it was in Adelaide where he would find the springboard of his career. Art dealer and collector, Kym Bonython “discovered” Hart in the early 1960s and began exhibiting his works in his gallery in Jerningham Street, North Adelaide. Thus did Pro Hart become a founding figure of what was to become a movement of outback painters, sometimes known as “Brushmen of the Bush”. Hart was a man of particularly outgoing and generous spirit and this shows clearly in the depth of paint and richness of colour he applied to many works. He was a multi-media artist in the literal sense. He worked oils and acrylics. He used techniques of scratching and Alla Prima, glazing, chiaroscuro and layering. He also loved sculpting. Despite early aptitude and art tuition, he projected through his style a naif charm which worked as a beautiful counterpoint against some of the tough themes he depicted. As a narrative painter, he portrayed the rough and ready world of the outback, life on stations and, most emphatically, the world of the diggings of the early iron ore industry of Broken Hill. His most magnificent works were those of that world in which he had once worked, the world he knew as well as he knew his family, that world of rugged labouring men in the red-earth Australian bush, their shacks and tools and slag heaps, beneath a towering straggle of native trees and always under beautiful blue Southern skies. Study for the Diggings happens to be a particularly striking and emblematic example of this classic Pro Hart style and theme and is considered to be among his major works.
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