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Ken Done’s Exclusive Art Collection

Ken Done is seen as one of Australia’s most famous artists and is recognised for his bright paintings which can be found in art museums around the world.

Done values free and unrestrained artistic expression. He once said, “In the times in which we live it is far too restricting to say that art can only be found in art galleries and not touch people’s everyday lives…I want to use any means that are necessary to communicate to people what I feel about things. There are no rules. And if there are rules, then you may as well break them.”

With pieces that imply an almost childlike innocence and naivete that is both refreshing and enchanting, Done’s artwork has become hugely popular both within Australia and across other parts of the world. Done’s art favours the sensual – he creates art that can be experienced, taken in with the eyes and savoured. He encapsulates the spirit of Australia in art – it’s colourful, vibrant, fun, open and exciting.

Done has a truly distinctive artistic style which makes his work instantly recognizable for people around the world. With a signature use of strong, fresh colours and a simple, straightforward style of painting, Done’s artwork comes across as fun, exciting and thoroughly enjoyable.

A range of limited-edition prints is available for purchase on Done’s website, with each piece being hand-signed and numbered by the artist himself. The selection includes both his infamous range of artwork focused on Australian landmarks as well as a range of other art pieces.

1. Ultramarine coral head, 2018

Ultramarine coral head, 2018

2. Sunday sailing, 2016

Sunday sailing, 2016

Among the simple, vibrant images of different sights in Australia, you’ll find his popular Postcard from Sydney from 2013, Harbour Night from 2015, Sydney Opera House V from 1995 and Sydney Night from 1984. The pieces all represent some of Done’s home city of Sydney’s most well-known sights and landmarks.

Some of Done’s pieces also demonstrate the incredibly diverse landscapes in Australia. Done’s homeland has large cities and urban cityscapes like his popular artwork based in Sydney, but it also has a huge variety of different natural environments across the country. Done’s artwork celebrates this diversity with his pieces Outback from 2018, Walking on Lake Eyre from 1997 and Uluru from 2004.

Done also takes inspiration from Australian life, beach, sea life and nature. Among the wide variety of prints of his artwork, you’ll find celebrations of various types of scenes related to marine life and outdoor pursuits. His pieces Ava’s Reef from 2016, Ultramarine Coral Head from 2018, Dive 4 from 2019 and Beach and Sailing from 2014 all display this interest in sea life beautifully.

All the prints available for purchase on Done’s website flaunt his particular style as a painter. With his signature flair for vibrant, bright colours and a fresh expression, Done celebrates all aspects of Australian life in his paintings.

3. Ava’s Reef, 2016

Ava’s reef, 2016

4. Beach, 1985

Beach, 1985

5. From the Cabin, 1988

From the Cabin, 1988

6. Waiting for lunch, 2005

Waiting for lunch, 2005

7. Walking on Lake Eyre, 1997

Walking on Lake Eyre, 1997
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Number of Works: 177, Results Page: 1

Pair of Concept Studies

Pastel on paper, signed within text below image, each 40.5 x 58 cm (2)

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Full Sail, Sydney Harbour

Silkscreen, edition 10/100, signed lower right, dated 85, 47 x 76 cm

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Chinamans Beach, 2005

Oil & acrylic on canvas, 40.5 x 50.5 cm

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Frangipani

Silkscreen # 68/650, signed in pencil lower right, 64 x 52 cm

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Women in Yellow Dress & Interior Scene

Acrylic on paper, signed lower right, 48 x 69.5 cm

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Easter Sunday, 1981

Mixed media on paper, signed lower right, 31 x 43 cm

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Reflections, 1990

Oil and acrylic on canvas, signed and dated lower right, 150 x 200 cm (stretcher)

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Lilly Pool

Oil on canvas, signed lower right, 56 x 80 cm

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Boats on the Harbour, 1996

Pastel on paper, signed lower left corner ‘Ken Done’, dated lower right corner ’96’, 30 x 23 cm

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'Parrots'

Acrylic, signed lower right, 76 x 57 cm

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Still Life

Screenprint, ed. 9/10, signed lower right, 53 x 74 cm

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The Boats in Winter, 1980

Oil on canvas, signed and dated lower right corner 'Ken Done 80', signed, titled and dated verso 'Ken Done, The Boats in Winter, 1980', 100 x 150 cm

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Coral & Tropical Fish

Acrylic on board, 45 x 45 cm

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'Nude and the Moon 4,' December 2001.

Acrylic on canvas, label verso for The Ken Done Gallery, The Rocks, 100 x 80 cm

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'The Art Directors Gallery, Opening Night,' Dec 2 1980

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Morning Glories

Silkscreen ed. 263/500, signed lower right, 66 x 50 cm

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Rosellas

Oil on canvas, signed and dated '90 lower right, 120.5 x 90 cm

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Untitled, 2002

Watercolour and acrylic on paper, signed and dated lower right, 55 x 74 cm

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'Hibiscus'; 'Morning Glories' (2)

Silkscreen #363/500; & #445/,500, 66 x 50 cm (each)

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Nude with Hibiscus & Palms

Screenprint 18/99, 52 x 72 cm

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Wet Summer, Sydney Harbour

Watercolour, signed lower right, titled lower left, 50 x 65 cm

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Sydney Harbour

Pastel and acrylic, inscribed and signed lower right and left For Leslie From Ken, 29.5 x 21.5 cm

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Victoria, 1981

Pastel on paper, signed and dated lower right, 46 x 40 cm

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Victoria, 1981

Pastel on paper, signed and dated lower right, 46 x 40 cm

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Chinaman's Beach, 2007

Acrylic on linen, signed and dated lower centre, 61 x 92 cm

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'Frangipani Night I'

Acrylic on canvas, signed and dated 'Ken Done 99' lower right and inscribed 'Frangipani Night' lower left, 80 x 100 cm

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Waterlilies – Lily Pool

Oil on canvas, signed lower right, 56 x 81 cm

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Hibiscus, Morning Glories and Frangipani

Screenprint, edition 338/645, numbered and signed below image, 66 x 51 cm

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Frangipani'

Screenprint a/p19, 64 x 52 cm

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(The Beach)

Screenprint, edition 3/100, editioned and signed to margin, 64 x 49 cm

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'Model and Lilies II', 1998

Acrylic on card, 50 x 63 cm

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Balmoral Moon 1, 2004

Oil on canvas, titled signed and dated lower right corner 'Balmoral Moon, Feb 2004, Ken Done', 121.5 x 91 cm

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Frangipani

Screenprint, 77/500, signed, 67 x 53.8 cm

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Nude on the Windowsill, 1985

Oil on board, signed lower right, 55 x 66.5 cm

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Sunbakers February III 2004

Acrylic and crayon on paper, signed and dated lower right, 73 x 51 cm

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Sydney Harbour

Limited edition lithograph 42/300, signed in pencil lower right, 32 x 46 cm

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Rosellas

Screenprint 99/300, 61 x 48 cm

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Sydney Harbour 2000

Lithograph 42/300, 25 x 37 cm

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Sails, 1992

Oil on board, signed and dated lower right Ken DONE/ 92, dated lower left MAY 2, 71 x 91 cm

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Rosella

Gouache, signed lower left, dated 90, 63 x 47 cm

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Frangipani

Screenprint on paper, signed in pencil lower right, numbered 257/500 lower left, 63 x 50 cm

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Last Look at the Nook

Pastel & pencil on card, signed and dated '78 lower right, 34 x 45.5 cm

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'Yachting'

Acrylic on wood panel, signed lower right, 11.5 x 22 cm

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'Butterflies from Brazil,' 2004

Screenprint, 34/100, 65 x 52 cm

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Kelloggs on the Breakfast Table. 1 Work in Progress

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Birds 1990

Acrylic on board in hand-painted frame, signed and dated 'Ken Done 90' lower right, 154 x 207 cm

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Postcard from Sydney, Wish You Were Here

Screenprint, signed and dated 2003 lower right, number 43/50, 65 x 76 cm

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Parrots and Rainforest

Screenprint 354/500, 38.5 x 56 cm

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Ken Done

(Australian, born 1940)

Biography

Ken Done is an Australian designer and painter best known for his brightly colored depictions of nudes, still lifes, and Sydney, Australia. The artist’s work is reminiscent of paintings by Raoul Dufy and David Hockney in their playful use of a single brushstroke to create an object. Beyond his painting, Done’s work has adorned countless hats, towels, and bags in Australia produced by him and his wife’s company, Done Design. This mixing of commercial and fine art, the artists has described, is “like singing a popular song. You sing a song [and people think], ‘That’s the guy that sang that song,’” but “Oh no I sing other songs as well. I actually write operas.” Born on June 29, 1940 in Sydney, Australia, Done began his studies at the National Art School in East Sydney at only 14 years old before beginning a career in advertising with the London-based J. Walter Thompson agency in 1959. The artist returned to Sydney a decade later and began pursuing his own work full time in 1975. He was the subject of a retrospective in 1994 at the Powerhouse Museum in Sydney, and his works are in the collections of the National Museum of Australia in Canberra, the Suntory Collection in Tokyo, and the National Portrait Gallery in Canberra, among others. Done lives and works in Sydney, Australia.

Rosellas

Ken Done

Rosellas

Sale Date: June 12, 2018

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'ULURU', 1986

Ken Done

'ULURU', 1986

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'VASE'

Ken Done

'VASE'

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Sails, 1992

Ken Done

Sails, 1992

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Artist Ken Done talks with Maria Stoljar in his studio

Born June 29, 1940, in Sydney, he left school at 14 to enter the National Art School in East Sydney. After 5 years study, he commenced a highly successful career as an art director and designer in New York, London and Sydney. At the age of forty, he made the decision to leave the industry and devote himself to painting full time. Since then his works have been shown in the Archibald, Sulman, Wynne, Blake, and Dobell Prizes.

Working predominantly in oils and acrylic, Done takes inspirations from diverse sources – the ebullience of the sea and sky, the transcendent emotions of a quiet garden, aboriginal art, japanese poetry, the urban shout of Sydney, where he makes his home – but the sensibility that underlies his work is uniquely his own.

This original art has become the creative source of a unique and now famous Australian brand. It began with a small run of t-shirts printed with a beautifully simple, bold drawing of Sydney Harbour. This original image caught the attention of Sydneysiders and visitors alike and has gone on to become an icon of Sydney, and an icon of Done. He is renowned for his bold images of identity and his unique reproduction of these images on clothing, homewares and prints. Vogue once said “You can hang a Done on your wall or a Done on yourself”.

Major projects in a very diverse career include the painting of a BMW Artcar, joining such artists as Andy Warhol, David Hockney, Roy Lichtenstein and Alexander Calder. An original Ken Done work featured on the cover of the weekly Japanese magazine Hanako for over ten years, and in recent times Ken has also become involved in the movement toward a new Australian flag. In 1999, Done was asked to create a series of works for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies programs of the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games.

Ken created the total decorative scheme for the Garden Restaurant at the Powerhouse Museum, in Sydney and in 1994, a major retrospective “Ken Done: the art of design” was mounted by the Powerhouse. In 2002 the Museum acquired his commercial art and design archive of more than 300 items.

Although he has worked extensively for many charitable organisations, the welfare of underprivileged children has always been a special concern of Ken’s. Father of the Year in 1989, Ken Done has been an Australian Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF since 1988.

Ken’s work is now widely recognised as holding a unique position in Australia’s cultural heritage. In 1992, he received the Order of Australia (A.M.), for services to Art, Design and Tourism. In many parts of the world, Ken Done has come to symbolise Australia and Australians: creative, optimistic and bold.

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Ken Done

AustraliaBorn in: 1940

Ken Done is an Australian artist, born in 1940.
Ken dropped out at the age of 14 to join the National Art School of Sydney. After several years of studying, he was successful and became the Artistic director and designer in New York, London and Sydney.

He did his first personal exhibition in 1980, but he had already participated in several other exhibitions in Australia, Europe, Japan and the United States. Today, and for several years now, he has been devoting himself to painting.

His paintings are colorful and in them, the spectator can enjoy the view of the artist's workshop in Sydney: sea and the garden. He paints extremely quickly as it allows him to capture the constant changes in light.

Ken Done finds inspiration in his immediate surrounding, whether it's for his patterns or colors. The artist likes to take hold of exotic nature scenes.

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Lemons and Clouds, 2010
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Nasturtium 2, 1999
54 x 42 x 2 cm21.3 x 16.5 x 0.8 inch
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Bungle Bungle, 1999
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Summer from the Veranda, 2000
52 x 72 cm20.5 x 28.3 inch
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Sydney Harbour, spotted Opera House, black Sky, 2006
44.5 x 60 cm17.5 x 23.6 inch
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Saturday Sailing, 2016
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