Richard Larter

Richard Larter (b. 1929 – d. 2014) was born in London in 1929 and migrated to Australia in 1962. In 1974 he was visiting Senior Lecturer in Painting at University Auckland, New Zealand. He was artist-in-residence at the University of New England, Armidale in 1978 and at the Riverina CAE, Wagga in 1979. In 2002 he was the subject of Stripperama, a major exhibition at Heide Museum of Modern Art curated by Kelly Gellatly. In June 2008, the National Gallery of Australia presented Richard Larter: Retrospective, a celebratory survey of Richard’s work to date, curated by Deborah Hart.

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Richard Larter, O Jam, 1974, acrylic on canvas, 145.5 x 93.5cm, 17299

O Jam, 1974
acrylic on canvas
145.5 x 93.5cm
17299

Selected Stock

Richard Larter
Pat, 1966
synthetic polymer paint on hardboard
121 x 61cm
9858

Richard Larter
Shift on, 1974
acrylic on canvas
145 x 84cm
17318

Richard Larter
Big wheels keep on turning #2, 1984
acrylic on canvas
178 x 133cm
17312

Richard Larter
Pat after the meal, 1994
acrylic on canvas
90.5 x 110cm
17315

Richard Larter
Screech, 2004
acrylic on canvas
121 x 92cm
17317

Richard Larter
DILY, 1967
acrylic on compostion board
182 x 121cm
16277V

Richard Larter
The identity that was almost, 1972
acrylic on canvas
175 x 240cm
15753

Richard Larter
Exuberant Pat, 1972
acrylic on canvas
180 x 210cm
15758

Richard Larter
Lay over, 2002
acrylic on canvas
122 x 86cm
15765

This is a selection only, for further information contact the gallery.

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