Artwork Description

The camels and their handlers came from Afghanistan to open up routes through the Outback which was too hot and dry for horses. This triptych is stunning to view! It is possibly the most 'optic impact' work I have done as it covers a view horizon to horizon. The romance of the early explorers surviving their journeys because of these strong drought resistant cargo carrying animals.

I regret that no photo can truly present this expanse - you just must stand in front of it and follow the journey wherever it takes you.


Keywords: camels, transport, outback, Australia, desert, Afghanistans, costume, dog, bush, triptych

Cameleers' Train

$2,450
Original painting by Marie Green
Materials
Professional oils and mediums on stretched canvas over timber cradles
Size
W:76.2cm x H:76.2cm x D:0.4cm
Signed on front
Tritych: each panel is 3 of 76.2 x 76.2cms
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    • Artwork Description

      The camels and their handlers came from Afghanistan to open up routes through the Outback which was too hot and dry for horses. This triptych is stunning to view! It is possibly the most 'optic impact' work I have done as it covers a view horizon to horizon. The romance of the early explorers surviving their journeys because of these strong drought resistant cargo carrying animals.

      I regret that no photo can truly present this expanse - you just must stand in front of it and follow the journey wherever it takes you.


      Keywords: camels, transport, outback, Australia, desert, Afghanistans, costume, dog, bush, triptych

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