Peter Neilson

b. 1944

Figurative narrative painter and draughtsman Peter Neilson was born in Melbourne and completed a Diploma of Fine Art at RMIT, Melbourne. His expansive painted works explore variations in perspective and utilise the cinematic language of film noir to suggest dark urban narratives. His recent series of works on paper are detailed studies of musical instruments and household items, utilising his recognisable varying perspectives. Neilson’s work has been exhibited nationally in Sydney and Melbourne and internationally in London and Salzberg.








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Peter Neilson – Artist Feature

Peter Neilson is known for his enigmatic large scale paintings featuring interlacing narratives, mysterious characters and multiple shifting perspectives. His …

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Deborah Williams, Martin King and Phillip Edwards – finalists in Pro Hart Outback Art Prize

Image above: Deborah Williams The air smells different 2023 aquatint intalgio 53×39.5cm Congratulations to Deborah Williams, Martin King and Phillip …

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Salvatore Zofrea – ‘From the Collection: Jagath Dheerasekara & Salvatore Zofrea’ at Campbelltown Arts Centre

Image above: Salvatore Zofrea Catching fire-flies in summer from the series Appassionata: one hundred woodcuts no.15. 1994–1999  Jelutong woodblock  40 …

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