Australian painter, printmaker
(b. 1950, Melbourne)
Raymond Arnold is a prolific and leading painter and printmaker. Landscape with a strong graphic quality is a favoured subject, often portrayed in multi-panelled works. In 2003 he produced a substantial series after many years of intensive walking trips in France, which included a 100km trek through the Somme battlefields. Raymond Arnold has had numerous solo exhibitions from the 1970s through to the 2000s. He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions including Federation: Australian Art and Society 1901-2001, National Gallery of Australia and touring, 2000. Raymond Arnold is represented in major metropolitan and regional galleries across Australia, including NGA, AGNSW, NGV, QAG. His works are also exhibited at Parliament House and Artbank.
Sourced from McCulloch’s Encyclopedia of Australian Art. Used with permission. Copyright: McCulloch and McCulloch.