CHARLES BOCK Impressionistic style oil painting titled Near Elliston, S.A. 1990

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CHARLES BOCK Near Elliston is a beautifully painted original impressionistic oil on canvas board of the Australian outback. Bock is well known for this type of painting and did a few well placed landscape scenes. This is one of my favourite ones of his, with great colour, deep greens, rustic reds and the way he paints those trees especially that big gum tree in the foreground, beautifully detailed with colour, light and shadow. The rather large painting at 92 x 71 x 4cm has a certain calm to it with those light cooling blues, greys and the two figures, perhaps mother and daughter walking back to the dwellings in the background.

The painting is signed on the bottom right corner of the painting as well on the back with title “Near Elliston” and original price.
The painting and frame are in excellent condition with only some wear to the frame (please see photos).
The frame is approximately W 92cm x H 71cm x D 4cm and is set in a gold ornate timber frame.
We have another one of his paintings for purchase under "Charles Bock Impressionistic style oil painting titled A Walk In The Clearing 91".
Frame size: 92 x 71 x 4
Oil on board



Charles Bock was born in Hamburg, Germany 1934


Charles studied with many well known artists. He specialised in landscapes and harbour scenes while working in Europe. He came to Australia in 1957 and now spends much of his time traveling and painting around the country. He has adapted his European influence to the Australian light and atmosphere, featuring tranquil landscapes, seascapes, forceful city scenes and portraits in his work.


Charles has had many successful one-man exhibitions in Australia, and his work is represented in private and corporate collections in Australia, Europe, the United States and Japan.  He is a member of the Australian Guild of Realist Artists and the Peninsula Arts Society.


He has won the 1988 Mornington Art Prize and his work has been acquired by the ANZ Bank, Westpac, ANL, Mercedes Benz, Oil Companies, the City of Frankston, Victoria, the City of Burnside, S.A., the City of Sparta, Greece and the University of Haifa, Israel.


In 1989 Charles won the First Prize for oil painting at the Mornington Rotary Art Show and a highly commended Delgany Award at the Sorrento Art Show.  In 1990 he was again given the Delgany Award and was highly commended at the Zonta Club Art Show at Toorak College, Mt Eliza.  There have been several other prizes and commendations since then and further inclusions in important collections.


Some years ago Charles taught painting and drawing to adult students in his Mt Eliza studio.  Several of these students have achieved prominence as professional artists.  He has also been in demand to give talks and painting demonstrations to art societies and art shows.


Please refer to our photos as they form part of the description.