Window on the Peninsula 1976/2016   Oil on linen prepared with rabbit skin glue  155 x 185 cm  Framed in black Australian oak  $11,000 AUD  Location: Cheltenham

Window on the Peninsula 1976/2016

Oil on linen prepared with rabbit skin glue

155 x 185 cm

Framed in black Australian oak

$11,000 AUD

Location: Cheltenham

Just Resting 1976/2016   Oil on linen prepared with rabbit skin glue  171 x 201 cm  Framed in black Australian oak  $13,000 AUD  Location: Cheltenham

Just Resting 1976/2016

Oil on linen prepared with rabbit skin glue

171 x 201 cm

Framed in black Australian oak

$13,000 AUD

Location: Cheltenham

Back to where it all Began (Diptych - Panel 1) 1978/2018   Oil and mixed media on linen  130 x 172 cm  Unframed  $8,000 AUD  Diptych price $15,000 AUD  Location: Cheltenham

Back to where it all Began (Diptych - Panel 1) 1978/2018

Oil and mixed media on linen

130 x 172 cm

Unframed

$8,000 AUD

Diptych price $15,000 AUD

Location: Cheltenham

Back to where it all Began (Diptych - Panel 2) 1978/2018   Oil and mixed media on linen  105 x 172 cm  Unframed  $7,000 AUD  Diptych price $15,000 AUD  Location: Cheltenham

Back to where it all Began (Diptych - Panel 2) 1978/2018

Oil and mixed media on linen

105 x 172 cm

Unframed

$7,000 AUD

Diptych price $15,000 AUD

Location: Cheltenham

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Six Times Six 2017   Acrylic on canvas  30 x 40 cm per panel  Unframed  $3,600 AUD  Location: Cheltenham

Six Times Six 2017

Acrylic on canvas

30 x 40 cm per panel

Unframed

$3,600 AUD

Location: Cheltenham

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About Eva Horvath

Eva’s unique body of work includes large interiors, urban landscapes, and a variety of abstract paintings in oil paint and mixed media on linen. Eva’s more recent paintings have been included in group exhibitions at Without Pier Gallery, Cheltenham, and the annual Linden Postcard Show in St. Kilda and South Yarra.

Born in the former Republic of Yugoslavia, Eva Horvath and family immigrated to Australia in the 1960’s. Eva went on to study painting, photography and ceramics at Monash University, graduating in Fine Art & Design in 1976.

Traveling between Japan, Europe and America from 1979-90 Eva was involved in the management of her family's art business at Quasi Modo Gallery, North Brighton.

In 1998 Eva went on to establish Articall Art in Brighton and was owner and manager between 1998 and 2014.

The Brighton Art Gallery and studios were closed in 2014 to allow time for Eva to focus on developing her art practice full-time at her Cheltenham studios.