Patrick Carroll – Paintings of Sydney

Patrick Carroll, painter, moved to Sydney in 1968 from Bathurst, NSW and began his career as an artist in 1973.

For the subsequent decades his paintings have captured the heart and soul of his surrounding landscape, consistently returning to Sydney for his subject matter and inspiration.

The intimacy and complexity of the beautiful city of Sydney from the harbour foreshores to the suburban sprawl is explored in Patrick Carroll’s paintings in oil and acrylic.

Patrick Carroll Paintings

The following Patrick Carroll paintings are inspired by the Sydney’s complexity and variety as an ever changing source of subject matter:

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