Timber clearing, Fish River dam
|Title||Timber clearing, Fish River dam|
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Sydney|
|Date made||c 1943-c 1944|
|Medium||oil on hardboard|
|Measurement||overall: 66 cm x 48.2 cm|
Workers clearing timber, including a man in the foreground chopping at a tree trunk with an axe. Two workers appear beside him while several men perform the same tasks in the background. McClintock utilises social realism as a means to facilitate the viewer's appreciation of the co-operation between workers.