Richard Crichton: PROFILE Selected Works

1 July—29 July 2012

"Richard Crichton's name should be on a shortlist as one of the most under-rated artists in Australian modern painting ..... The wide range of work in this exhibition, by no means a complete representation, reflects a unique vision."

Ronald Millar,
Painter and Critic
May 2012

Born in 1935, Richard Crichton has been known as a lecturer in Fine Art at RMIT but his own paintings deserve greater recognition by the art public. This exhibition highlights his original subjects and techniques.

Image: Richard Crichton, Albert Tucker Reminiscing, 1982. Oil on board 122x91cm


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