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Arthur Boyd was a master painter, potter and graphic artist. Examples of his work are represented in the Australian National Gallery and all State galleries as well as collections in regional Australia and overseas. In the 1970s Boyd purchased a property in the Shoalhaven region of New South Wales. The region inspired his art and the property, Bundanon, continues to be a haven for artists. Boyd was the nephew of Martin Boyd (q.v.).