Things on an Iron Tray on the Floor1928 by Grace Cossington Smith

By time she did this painting Cossington Smith had moved beyond her early training with Dattilo Rubbo. She recalled that while he was concerned about depth in representing a scene, she had become more interested in depicting radiating, concentric forms in luminous colour. ... "In those days I saw things as a pattern expressed in colour. It was quite a natural thing. I didn’t force myself to do it … I believe you’ve got to have a feeling about what you want to paint. It’s..." http://nga.gov.au/
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