The Geebung Polo Club

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This magnificent artwork of Rex Newell is complimented by the poem The Geebung Polo Club by Banjo Patterson. The first verse is listed here, although the entire poem is listed on the back of the card. Inside the card is blank so it can be used as an “Any Occasion” Card, making it iIdeal for anyone who wishes to send it to overseas family and or friends.

It was somewhere up the country in a land of rock and scrub,
That they formed an institution called the Geebung Polo Club.
They were long and wiry natives of the rugged mountainside,
And the horse was never saddled that the Geebungs couldn’t ride;
But their style of playing polo was irregular and rash –
They had mighty little science, but a mighty lot of dash:
And they played on mountain ponies that were muscular and strong,
Though their coats were quite unpolished, and their manes and tails were long.
And they used to train those ponies wheeling cattle in the scrub:
They were demons, were the members of the Geebung Polo Club.

Artist’s Profile:
Rex Newell sold his first painting at the age of 14. Born in Fredrickton, NSW, he later moved to Sydney to study for 3 years at the Parramatta Fine Art Society in conjunction with 5 years at Sydney Technical College studying Commercial Art and Sign Writing. Described as a “contemporary” artist, Rex also shows Romantic incluences in his work. Over the 30 years of his career to date, his work is recognised and valued all over the world. His paintings are included in the private collections of such notables as Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edingburg, Crown Prince Harold of Norway, and the President of Ireland. American actor John Wayne, also collected his work. Over the years Rex has indulged his love of outback Australia through extensive travel, and it was this that inspired his first book Outback Pubs of Australia. This prize winning edition was soon followed by his interpretation through art of Favourite Poems of Henry Lawson, Favourite Poems of Banjo Patterson his third book and, like the others, shows his talent for the passionate yet subtle representation of his subjects.

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This magnificent artwork of Rex Newell is complimented by the poem The Geebung Polo Club by Banjo Patterson. The first verse is listed here, although the entire poem is listed on the back of the card. Inside the card is blank so it can be used as an “Any Occasion” Card, making it iIdeal for anyone who wishes to send it to overseas family and or friends.

It was somewhere up the country in a land of rock and scrub,
That they formed an institution called the Geebung Polo Club.
They were long and wiry natives of the rugged mountainside,
And the horse was never saddled that the Geebungs couldn’t ride;
But their style of playing polo was irregular and rash –
They had mighty little science, but a mighty lot of dash:
And they played on mountain ponies that were muscular and strong,
Though their coats were quite unpolished, and their manes and tails were long.
And they used to train those ponies wheeling cattle in the scrub:
They were demons, were the members of the Geebung Polo Club.

Artist’s Profile:
Rex Newell sold his first painting at the age of 14. Born in Fredrickton, NSW, he later moved to Sydney to study for 3 years at the Parramatta Fine Art Society in conjunction with 5 years at Sydney Technical College studying Commercial Art and Sign Writing. Described as a “contemporary” artist, Rex also shows Romantic incluences in his work. Over the 30 years of his career to date, his work is recognised and valued all over the world. His paintings are included in the private collections of such notables as Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edingburg, Crown Prince Harold of Norway, and the President of Ireland. American actor John Wayne, also collected his work. Over the years Rex has indulged his love of outback Australia through extensive travel, and it was this that inspired his first book Outback Pubs of Australia. This prize winning edition was soon followed by his interpretation through art of Favourite Poems of Henry Lawson, Favourite Poems of Banjo Patterson his third book and, like the others, shows his talent for the passionate yet subtle representation of his subjects.

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