F. VAUDRY ROBINSON (1885-19610
Robinson may have studied art under Lucien Dechaineaux. He became known as leading ‘pictoralist’ working in the Stephen Spurling 11’s Launceston, Tasmania,studio and later for Percy Whitelaw experimenting with new pictorial processes and traditional toning methods to achieve colored images. He retained his early interest in colour and was one of the expert colour bromoilists. His solo exhibitions of monochrome and colour bromoids was at the Sydney Kodak Pty Ltd’s showrooms in august 1928. This was about the time he set up a studio in Melbourne. It was not successful and he returned to Tasmania to open a studio in Launceston. He rarely exhibited and few examples of his photography have survived.
This rare piece is dated 1929. was framed in USA and framed using conservation glass to provide UV light blocking protection.Artwork 22 x 28cm Framed in natural timber look.