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Sir Hans Heysen (8 October 18772 July 1968) was a German-born Australian artist. He became a household name for his watercolours of monumental Australian gum trees. Heysen also produced images of men and animals toiling in the Australian bush, as well as groundbreaking depictions of arid landscapes in the Flinders Ranges. He won the Wynne Prize for landscape painting a record nine times.

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by Heysen, Hans, Sir, 1877-1968
South Melbourne, Vic. : Macmillan ; [Adelaide] : Art Gallery of South Australia, 1979
 
 
by Heysen, Hans, Sir, 1877-1968
[Sydney] : Sydney Morning Herald, 1937 printing
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