Herbert McClintock (1906–1985)

McClintock studied at the National Gallery of Victoria School from 1925 to 1927, and in 1929. His early work was non-representational and constructivist; however, by the mid-1930s he had adopted a social-realist style. He was employed by the CCC in Sydney in 1940 and then as a camouflage artist. In 1943 he was appointed by the AWC to paint wartime construction activities.

Works featured in this exhibition

Sections of buoyancy tank and floating caissons, Sydney graving dock Sections of buoyancy tank and floating caissons, Sydney graving dock