DOUGLAS MILLER exquisite original landscape watercolour signed, framed

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This exquisite painting of a Realistic landscape has been painted with watercolour on watercolour paper and what has been painted beautifully showing a broad Australian outback scene. 
The painting has been painted in a Realistic stye that gives you the sense of hard work, hot days and isolation. The painting has been painted in cool blues and warm earthy browns which gives you a sense of a hot dry day with a chance of a storm and rain on the horizon. The scene also give you the feeling the the artist has set up his easel right in front of the scene and spent the day painting this fantastic painting in the sweltering heat on an overcast day. Miller was a graphic designer and you can see this in how he has composed the scene. 

Fortunately he is quite well known, so there is quite a bit of information on the artist and you would agree it’s a beautiful landscape watercolour and would look good in anyones home.
The painting is signed on the bottom right hand corner of the painting. The painting is set in a double light and darker blue matting, gray/blue wooden frame with gold highlights behind glass.
The painting and frame are in excellent condition.
The frame is approximately 55.3 x 38.5cm
Born in Geraldton, Western Australia in 1909. Graphic artist, Painter and teacher.
Miller trained as a graphic artist but spent most of his life in Melbourne. After service in RAN, he became a teacher at RMIT in 1947, he retired as Head of Graphic Design in 1969. He is noted for his landscapes in watercolour; paints with Twenty Melbourne Painters’ Society. Early one-man shows at the Athenaeum Gallery in Melbourne.
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