Richard Dunlop was born in 1960 in Ashgrove, Brisbane, and studied for a Bachelor of Education at Queensland University of Technology from 1982-1985 and then a Master of Educational Studies, University of Queensland from 1985 to 1989, followed by a Doctor of Philosophy, University of Queensland from 1989-1992. He painted at nights while employed by the Queensland Education Department. Working with oil on canvas or linen he paints abstract views of landscapes and clouds and held his first exhibition in Sydney in 1997 and has since exhibited almost annually in all the Australian capital cities, as well as participating in over 50 group and invitational shows between 199 and 2018. He has been a finalist in numerous art shows and awards, some of the more recent being a Finalist, Doug Moran National Portrait Prize in 2012, a Finalist, Tattersall’s Invitational National Landscape Prize in 2015 and a Finalist, Glover Prize, Tasmania in 2019. Richard Dunlop lives and works in Deloraine, Tasmania.
The total number of works by Richard Dunlop offered for sale by auction since 2008 is 43, of which 23 (53%) were sold. The highest price recorded for the artist is $19,636 for Anzac Memorial (Flows to River) sold by Menzies in August 2017. This year one work has been offered for sale.
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