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Sir ERIK LANGKER (1898 - 1982)

Sir Erik Langker was an influential Australian landscape painter, andleading arts administrator.Having studied under Julian Ashton and Dattilo Rubbo, he
began exhibiting with the Royal Art Society from the early 1920s. In 1941, he was appointed joint Vice-President of the RAS with Sydney Long. His works are represented in several important National Collections, particularly the Art Gallery Of NSW.



"Hawkesbury Pastures, N.S.W." (c.1930)

oil on canvas

75 x 111cm

signed lower right



*exhibited at the Royal Art Society

"Seagulls On The Beach" (c.1950)

oil on canvas board

45 x 55cm

signed lower right




"A Quiet Little Spot, N.S.W." (c.1930)

oil on board

37 x 29cm

authenticity on verso


"Pastoral, N.S.W." (c.1930)

oil on canvas

40 x 60cm

details on verso



"Lake Reflections, N.S.W." (c.1950)

oil on board

29.5 x 37cm

signed lower right



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