This new exhibition at the William Robinson Gallery inside Old Governement House explores the rich experimental spirit and inimitable mastery of William Robinson's works on paper.
Since the 1960s Robinson has produced hundreds of works in watercolour, graphite, gouache, and ink, as well as lithographs and etchings, created both as studies related to paintings and as independent works.
This exhibition brings together a selection of rarely seen works alongside those that have been exhibited more widely. It also includes of a group of major paintings such as one of Robinson's Archibald Prize winning self portraits and painting studies for the Creation series landscapes will further reveal connections to his works on paper.
William ROBINSON, 'Chartres' 2006, Lithograph, QUT Art Collection, Gift of the artist under the Cultural Gifts Program, 2008