Auguste Blackman, the son of one of Australia’s most celebrated artists, Charles Blackman, pays homage to his heritage and diplays his individual style in the same brushstroke with a new exhibition this June.

With a rich and varied pallette and a figurative expressionism that whispers of Kirchner and Rousseau, Auguste tells his creative stories through his own flair and sense of style, with human figures exuding intimacy and joy in landscapes real and imagined.

Blackman’s exhibition lauches on Tuesday June 17 at Maunsell Wickes in Paddington.

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