David Bromley

LP ( TP ) - Helpers
Oil on Canvas, 90 x 120 cm

USD 5,300 – 7,500

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About the artwork

David Bromley uses color and figurative expressionism with sentimentality and the symbolism of Pop Art to hint at the gregarious and effervescent nature of children. The bold brushstrokes, the blue undertones, and the distinct plumpness of the children are reminiscent of classic 1950s storybook covers that are as nostalgic as the stories themselves. In this painting, two imaginary helpers coming straight out of the boy's imagination are squeezing paint out of tubes for the background, setting the colors of his mindset, offering the tones of his imagination.



About the artist

Born in Sheffield, England, in 1960, David Bromley immigrated with his family to Australia at the age of thirteen. Emerging upon the Australian art scene as a self-taught painter in the mid-1980s, Bromley is now named among Australian Art Collector’s 50 Most Collectable Artists. His works are inspired by books from his own childhood and pop culture artists such as Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein. He has exhibited in nearly every continent including Asia, Europe, Africa and America and is represented in prestigious collections in Australia, including Artbank, Art Gallery of South Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia and the National Gallery of Victoria. 

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