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Painting

Mitchell McAuley


:: Mitchell McAuley #1

:: Mitchell McAuley #2

:: Geoff Dyer

:: Graham Fransella

:: Mark Schaller

:: David Culpan


 

 

South Georgia (Sub-Antarctica)

"South Georgia is one of the jewels of the sub Antarctic. An island steeped in the history of wild-men sealers and whalers who plundered its resources, or explorers like Ernest Shackleton swept up upon its shores and who crossed its glacial rugged hinterland to safety; and a long history of being a way-point to the frozen south of Antarctica itself. Today beautiful mountains, flourishing colonies of albatross and seals, superb vistas and the rusting remains of man's bloody occupation are a visual feast to artists and photographers. South Georgia is an Antartctic oasis - precious, remote, a glimpse of how the world once was."

- Peter Hillary

Contact Mitchell McAuley

photo: Max Loudon

Machinery Shed, oil on canvas 100 x 100 cm
photo: Max Loudon

Ice Wall 1, oil on canvas 150 x 100 cm
photo: Max Loudon

Church Grytviken, oil on canvas 150 x 100 cm
photo: Max Loudon

Shackleton's Fall, oil on canvas 150 x 100 cm
photo: Max Loudon

Ocean Harbour, oil on canvas 150 x 100 cm
photo: Max Loudon

Refuse Hut, oil on canvas 150 x 100 cm
photo: Max Loudon

Whale Tanks Grytviken, oil on canvas 100 x 150 cm
photo: Max Loudon

Grytviken, oil on canvas 150 x 100 cm
photo: Max Loudon

photo: Max Loudon