Hauling in the Catch

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Hauling in the Catch

Nicholas Broughton

Oil and acrylic on canvas

Hauling in the Catch is a metaphor for success and achievement, almost like a modern day payday.

60 x 48 in. (152.4 x 122 cm.)

$5,000

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About Nicholas Broughton

Nicholas Broughton is a contemporary and innovative artist who considers a day without painting to be incomplete. He has lived in various countries such as Brazil, England, Thailand and currently Australia which has contributed to his fascination for the vibrancy of life that he confidently depicts in his art. His most formative years were spent in Brazil where he learned to adapt to a fascinating scene of different cultural backgrounds and traditions. The Brazilian artist Di Cavalcanti was an early influence but as he started painting seriously, the influence of Picasso, Modigliani and Chagall has dominated his canvases. The memories of his time in Brazil are Nicholas’ inspiration for his unique Favela series. He creates these ‘shanty towns’ using a […]

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