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Hans Heysen Hans Heysen i(A63539 works by) (a.k.a. Wilhelm Ernst Hans Franz Heysen; Wilhelm Ernest Heysen; Sir Hans Heysen)
Born: Established: 8 Oct 1877 Hamburg,
Western Europe, Europe,
; Died: Ceased: 2 Jul 1968 Hahndorf, Mount Barker (SA) area, Adelaide, South Australia,
Gender: Male
Arrived in Australia: 1883
Heritage: German
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Hans Heysen was an influential Australian artist best-known for his watercolour landscapes, especially Australian gum trees, for his images of men and animals toiling in the Australian bush, as for his depictions of arid landscapes in the Flinders Ranges. He also won the Wynne Prize for landscape painting a record nine times.

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