Rick Amor
Inner suburb, 2013
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Rick Amor (b. 1948, Frankston, Victoria) is one of Australia’s most prominent figurative painters and a highly regarded printmaker and sculptor.  Amor lives and works in Melbourne. His supreme grasp of tonality allows him to masterfully manipulate light and transport the viewer into his images. Filled with light and shadow, Amor’s brooding and nostalgic works are captivating upon first glance, yet necessitate time and contemplation to truly appreciate the artist’s control of his chosen mediums.

Selected Artworks

Rick Amor
The tent, 2018-2019
oil on canvas
91.5 x 107cm
Rick Amor
The island on fire, 2014
oil on canvas
73 x 100cm
Rick Amor
Maquette for 'The dog', 2014
bronze
15 x 31cm x 18cm
Rick Amor
Self portrait with red braces, 2019
oil on canvas
65.5 x 57cm
Rick Amor
Study for 'The pillars', 2006-2016
oil on canvas
60 x 73cm
Rick Amor
Study for 'Clouds from the south', 2017
oil on canvas
38 x 55cm
Rick Amor
Woman by the sea, 2019
bronze
37.5 x 59cm x 7.5cm
Rick Amor
Study for 'New apartments', 2018
oil on canvas
25.5 x 51cm
Rick Amor
Maquette for 'The dog' (small), 2003
bronze
15 x 17cm x 7cm
Rick Amor
Study for 'The bridge', 2016
charcoal
50 x 61.5cm
Rick Amor
Study for 'Lost time', 2013
pencil
56 x 68cm
Rick Amor
Study for 'The terminal', 2017
pencil
34 x 38.5cm
Rick Amor
Desolate place, 2004
lithograph
46 x 69.5cm
edition of 10
Rick Amor
Across history, 2001
lithograph
48.5 x 69cm
edition of 20
Rick Amor
Burnt bush, 2008
lithograph
55 x 74.5cm
edition of 10
Rick Amor
Walking man, 2010
lithograph
50.5 x 71cm
edition of 15
Rick Amor
Waiter, 2012
lithograph
69 x 50cm
edition of 20
Rick Amor
Grounded ship, 2014
lithograph
50.5 x 71cm
edition of 10
Rick Amor
Portal, Venice, 2007
lithograph
72 x 54cm
edition of 20
Rick Amor
No 7, 2012
lithograph
57.5 x 49.5cm
edition of 15
Rick Amor
Terrace, 2010
lithograph
48 x 32cm
edition of 15
Rick Amor
Model, 2012
lithograph
48 x 32cm
edition of 10
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