The Judgement at Ayers Rock
Pro Hart MBE (1928-2006)
1984, 84 x 60cm, Oil on board
The painting ‘The Judgement’ depicts what I believed to be true. The tracker outside the window of the courtroom is frustrated that the law did not want his evidence and I believed there was a conspiracy to cover up this evidence. The Judge I painted blindfold as he was blinded to the real facts. The jury are shown with masks and dark glasses because they did not see or were not told the true details and were kept in the dark.
(statement by Pro Hart)
1988, 183 x 122cm, acrylic on canvas
Neville is Art Master at Newington College in Sydney.
Neville did his PhD thesis on the Chamberlain case, and I show a few of those paintings on this site. This painting is highly symbolic, including depictions of Ayers Rock, blood cells, trees to represent Lindy’s children. With Lindy’s hair, he depicts her as now being part of the Rock. Click here for more paintings about the Chamberlain case by Neville.
acrylic, oil, cement on canvas
1985, 170 x 120cm
He told us that title Graffiti was inspired by the fact that as you enter Sydney by train, you pass by the neglected back walls of buildings covered with graffitti, commenting on all aspects of society. Lindy’s story has now joined the fabric and lore of Australian society. He has painted her image, as she looked during her jail time.
Forensic Examination of Motherhood
1987, 105cm x 75cm, pencil on paper
Felicity writes and illustrates for children’s books. She has done a series on the Chamberlain case.
Click here for more art on the Chamberlain case by Felicity.
1987, 20cm x 18cm, newsclippings and pencil in acrylic box
Reagan, Kahlia, and Aidan
chalk or pencil on canvas
This chalk or pencil drawing of the children was done from a magazine printed in about 1987. Someone sent us a photo, but we have no other information. If you can provide us with any more details, please email me through the Contact page.