Philip Davey

b. 1949

Painter, ceramicist, draughtsman and printmaker Philip Davey was born in England, arriving in Australia in 1949. His broad practice incorporates images of urban and natural landscape, as well as figurative narrative works, often inspired by classic Australian texts. He has been artist in residence at several Victorian secondary institutions. Davey has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne and Sydney, and his work is held by Artbank, Sydney; the State Library of Victoria, Melbourne and several regional collections.

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Rosalind Atkins, Philip Davey, David Frazer and Mary Tonkin – The Big Tree and Other Landscapes From the Whitehorse Art Collection

Image above: Mary Tonkin  Crack, Kalorama  2012  oil on linen  62 x 68 cm Featuring a selection of artworks from …

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HOLDING GROUND #savearthursseat

The work of 76 leading contemporary artists comes together in HOLDING GROUND, an online art exhibition fundraiser to help stop …

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Raymond Arnold, Rosalind Atkins, Dianne Fogwell and David Frazer – WAMA Art Prize Finalists

Congratulations to Raymond Arnold, Rosalind Atkins, Dianne Fogwell and David Frazer on being selected as finalists in the inaugural WAMA …

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