Works on Paper

“My affection for Eastern painting began in 1992, with a work called ‘Night and Day in the Back Garden’, purchased by Stephen Rainbird from QUT (the curator of the Bill Robinson collection). I became interested in a verticalised landscape, and one which involved the flow of water, and experiments with perspective.” – Richard Dunlop, 1994

The emotive richness of the works on paper conveys a rich sensuality, a feeling for paint as a vehicle for the celebration of emotion.” – Professor Bernard Hoffert, Monash University, 2007