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A snowgum in paris

  • Pauciflora-quai-de-conti
    Pauciflora-quai-de-conti
  • Pauciflora-sacre-coeur
    Pauciflora-sacre-coeur
  • Pauciflora-sennelier
    Pauciflora-sennelier
  • Pauciflora-bibliotheque-nationale-
    Pauciflora-bibliotheque-nationale-
  • Pauciflora des arts decoratif
    Pauciflora des arts decoratif
  • Pauciflora-etienne-marcel
    Pauciflora-etienne-marcel
  • Pauciflora-Ile-de-la-cite
    Pauciflora-Ile-de-la-cite
  • Pauciflora-jardin-du-luxembourg
    Pauciflora-jardin-du-luxembourg
  • Pauciflora-jeanne-darc
    Pauciflora-jeanne-darc
  • Pauciflora-Marais
    Pauciflora-Marais
  • Pauciflora-pompidou
    Pauciflora-pompidou
  • Pauciflora-Pont-Alexander-III
    Pauciflora-Pont-Alexander-III
  • Pauciflora-pont-neuf
    Pauciflora-pont-neuf
  • Pauciflora-porte-dauphine
    Pauciflora-porte-dauphine

A Snowgum in Paris is an attempt to show how a single species of Australian eucalypt (Eucalyptus pauciflora) could become such a part of the Paris streetscape that it becomes difficult to differentiate it from its surroundings. For this reason John has named each print for the location in which it was “found” as though it was a subspecies of Eucalypt pauciflora e.g pauciflora marais for the image located in the Marais district in the 4th arrondissment.

First exhibited Nolan Art Gallery, November 2011