Concrete workers, graving dock, August 1943
|Title||Concrete workers, graving dock, August 1943|
|Place made||Australia: New South Wales, Sydney|
|Medium||ink wah with pen and ink heightened with white over black pencil on paper|
|Measurement||overall: 35.8 x 27.4 cm|
Several concrete workers shoveling, drilling and directing the movement of concrete slabs in front of buildings and other construction at Sydney Graving Dock. McClintock's focus on the immensity of these structures is demonstrative of the scale of the project being undertaken. The artist also utilises social realism as a means to facilitate the viewer's appreciation of the co-operation between workers.