Untitled #01/18, featuring Harry Hall
46 x 36 cm / 18" x 14"
71 x 61 cm / 28" x 24"
Oil on board
Signed lower right
A Private Collection, Melbourne
For inspiration of many of his paintings, Watson collects and archives images from his regular travels. In this striking new painting, a member of the Queen's cavalry from the Life Guards which the artist saw in London several years ago, makes his debut.
Harry Hall, who works in construction management, joins the ceremonially dressed Life Guard in an exciting conceptual development for the artist, producing a painting possessing both a playful directness, and a defiant and unashamed celebration of nudity and sexuality.
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