760 x 1020 mm (30×40inches) with 40mm (1.6inches) white border. Giclée print on canvas.
Tending the muster is a large work with enormous attention to detail and documents the setting up of a camp at the end of days droving. In the foreground is a small spring and the pack team, which have already been hobbled so as not to wander off. Other details include, camp ovens, pack saddles, swags and obviously tired workers in no mood for conversation. It is an accurate depiction of the tedious work and long hours that made up the stockman’s life before motorised transport took over on the vast stock routes criss-crossing Australia