26 July – 20 August
Cressida Campbell
Philip Wolfhagen
A Painter's Landscape X, 2016 (Archive Image)
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Philip Wolfhagen (b.1963, Launceston) is a leading Australian contemporary landscape painter who lives and works in Longford, Tasmania. He is inspired by the atmospheric landscape of northern Tasmania and the emotive qualities of light and weather. Wolfhagen’s paintings are unique in his use of beeswax mixed with oils. His work is physical, dense in its application, sombre in mood and tonality, the result of a deeply experienced, enduring engagement with an ancient, yet eternally living subject.

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Selected Artworks

Philip Wolfhagen
Little world no. 2, 2014
oil and beeswax on linen
96 x 103cm
Philip Wolfhagen
Landscape Drama: ACT ONE, 2019
oil and beeswax on linen
200 x 160cm
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Philip Wolfhagen
Landscape Drama: ACT TWO, 2019
oil and beeswax on linen
200 x 160cm
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Philip Wolfhagen
Second Reverie, 2019
oil and beeswax on linen
120 x 96cm
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