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The Garden God II

This painting is a tribute to one of my many favourite watercolour works by Norman Lindsay. I bought a print of his painting many years ago, and each time I visit Lindsay’s home at Faulconbridge in the Blue Mountains (which is now a gallery and museum run by the National Trust) I immediately make a beeline for ‘The Garden God’.

I love the innocence and unashamed abandon of the beautiful young girl who is full of life and

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