It was incredible. It was one of those exhibitions where you've seen their work in a book or something before and thought it was nice or ok. But then you get a chance to see it up close and in real life and you see a whole new side to it. For me, it was seeing the detail in his paintings. The way he depicted individual feathers or added texture to leaves was really interesting.
The paintings I was most interested in and had been hoping to see, where those of Cockatoos.
This ink painting is from 1771!!! And don't try telling me that's not a cockatoo, because it is!
And finally this round one from 1782