46 x 61 cm / 1'6" x 2'
66 x 81 cm / 26" x 32"
Oil on board
Signed lower left
Late afternoon sunlight bathes this tranquil and very beautiful scene of two soldiers resting before a seascape and distant mountains.
A quiet and contemplative silence exists between the two subjects who are in relaxed postures staring into the distance. The stillness of the scene entices the viewer into a meditative state to pondering their priorities and take time out from their busy modern day lives.
This very fine painting, is one of Watson's most beautiful and evocative compositions to date which explore the unspoken love that underpins our strength of conviction in the ephemeral concept of mate-ship unique to Australia.
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"I have been a proud collector of Ross' paintings for many years. His art is astounding in its beauty, emotion, and reverence for our humanity and the world we live in. His attention to the smallest details, and use of light, dark and colour, rivals art's greatest masters."
James J. O'Donnell, Patron, art collector, NYC
"We are loving our new acquisition and we know that 'Nathan, view to Florence' will bring us endless years of joy. Thanks for sharing your talent. We love your work so keep it up!"
Paul Zahra and Duncan Peerman, Sydney
"As avid art collectors we are very proud to have Ross' stunningly handsome work in our collection. His art brings us great joy and we love to share his work with our friends and visitors. We were absolutely thrilled to recently add 'Two Soldiers' to our collection."
Christopher Cosier & Chris Webber, Sydney
"I purchased the original painting 10 years ago at your gallery during Mardi Gras and it has given me enormous pleasure ever since. I remember standing in the gallery for a couple of hours wondering if I should buy it. I have never regretted that decision."
Jon Anderson and Lance Johnson, Palm Springs
"Your art hanging around our home provides us with such pleasure, and we can’t wait for A-Bay to join the Ross Watson family."
Haydon Elliot and Greg Moses, Melbourne