Conroy paintings are mysterious, some even disturbing. In works such as 'The Garden' the figures seem to pause, uncommunicatively, between actions, their faces betraying no emotion. Conroy often gives his paintings oblique titles, which adds to this sense of mystery, a technique of secrecy reminiscent of Steven Campbell.
Where to see this painting?
The Fleming Collection
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