The Nude Show

Featuring traditional & contemporary artworks of the Nude

Featuring traditional and contemporary artworks by: Max Middleton, Kim Nelson, Kieran Antill, Carlos Barrios, Norman Lindsay, Joseph Rolella, James Gleeson, William Boissevain Opening Night 26th February 2008 United Galleries Sydney 179-181 Palmer Street, Darlinghurst, NSW 2010 P: 02 8915 5300 F: 02 9360 5057

Art Exhibition previously on at United Galleries in Darlinghurst precinct, New South Wales, Australia.
From Tuesday 19 February 2008 to Monday 24 March 2008
Launch Tuesday 26 February 2008, Monday - Friday 10.00am - 6.00PM Saturday 10.30am - 4.30PM Sunday by appointment

Max Middleton, 'Watching the Waves', Oil on Canvas, 1994 image

Published by anonymous on Monday 04 February 2008.
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William Boissevain:
William Boissevain is renowned for his skilful depiction of the human figure. His oil wash nudes are sensitive and accomplished studies of the female figure in repose. His eye for line and form, evident in his paintings, is fully explored in these competent, beautiful works.

Max Middleton:
In recent years, Max Middleton has painted almost exclusively, the female nude. As with his landscapes, his main interest lies in the fleeting effects of light on form and water. His initial interest in painting figures by the sea has expanded to include studio paintings

Kieran Antill is a visual artist born in Sydney Australia, educated in the US. Antill’s work has more in common with natural corrosion than the forced hand of an artist. The basis of his collection is an intricate history of interwoven layers, complimented by points of tension that activate and deactivate curves to guide the viewer’s eye.

Carlos Barrios:
Intrigued by human relationships, Carlos Barrios employs a distinctive painting style. His wildly expressive figurative paintings are characterized by his use of free painterly brushstrokes and bold colour energy and movement

Kim Nelson:
Haunting, ethereal, pensive, mystical, disturbing all of these words describe the artwork of Kim Nelson. His art quite often commands a complex and intense emotional response from the viewer, something which has made Nelson one of the most exciting artists working today. His work is a mysterious alchemy of sensuality and spirituality.


United Galleries
179 – 181 Palmer St Darlinghurst, 2010