Cooktown Montage, historical painting by artist James Baines
Cooktown Montage, 12′ x 4’3″ (3.66m x 1.3m) acrylic painting on canvas, 1966
“Cooktown Montage” was James’ first montage painting, depicting the Gold rush times in Cooktown, Australia, last outpost of civilization on the way to the Cape York Peninsula wilderness, with local characters and the prosperity of the town after the Gold rush. The painting is now located in James’ studio gallery in Queensland, Australia and is offered for sale. Please contact us for more information.
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