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Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW), Sydney.

The New South Wales Art Gallery, Vernon building, main entrance

The Art Gallery of New South Wales at night (author: jasoncstarr, 2013).
The Art Gallery of New South Wales at night (author: jasoncstarr, 2013).

 

 

The Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW), located in The Domain in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, is the most important public gallery in Sydney and one of the largest in Australia. The Gallery’s first public exhibition opened in 1874. Admission is free to the general exhibition space, which displays Australian art (from settlement to contemporary), European and Asian art. A dedicated Asian Gallery was opened in 2003.

 

 

 

History

19th century

 

The Art Gallery of New South Wales, circa 1900
The Art Gallery of New South Wales, circa 1900 (source: The Powerhouse Museum, user: Privatemusings, 2008).

 

On 24 April 1871, a public meeting was convened in Sydney to establish an Academy of Art ‘for the purpose of promoting the fine arts through lectures, art classes and regular exhibitions.’ From 1872 until 1879 the Academy’s main activity was the organisation of annual art exhibitions. The first exhibition of colonial art, under the auspices of the Academy, was held at the Chamber of Commerce, Sydney Exchange in 1874. In 1875 Apsley Falls by Conrad Martens, commissioned by the trustees and purchased for £50 out of the first government grant of £500, became the first work on paper by an Australian artist to be acquired by the Gallery.

The Gallery’s collection was first housed at Clark’s Assembly Hall in Elizabeth Street where it was open to the public on Friday and Saturday afternoons. The collection was relocated in 1879 to a wooden annexe to the Garden Palace built for the Sydney International Exhibition in the Domain and was officially opened as “The Art Gallery of New South Wales“. In 1882, the first Director, Eliezer Montefiore and his fellow trustees opened the art gallery on Sunday afternoons from 2 pm to 5 pm.

The destruction of the Garden Palace by fire in 1882 placed pressure on the government to provide a permanent home for the national collection. In 1883 private architect John Horbury Hunt was engaged by the trustees to submit designs. The same year there was a change of name to “The National Art Gallery of New South Wales”. The Gallery was incorporated by The Library and Art Gallery Act 1899.

In 1895, the new Colonial Architect, Walter Liberty Vernon (1846–1914), was given the assignment to design the new permanent gallery and two picture galleries were opened in 1897 and a further two in 1899. A watercolour gallery was added in 1901 and in 1902 the Grand Oval Lobby was completed.

 

 

 

20th century

Over 300,000 people came to the Gallery during March and April 1906 to see Holman Hunt’s painting The Light of the World. In 1921, the inaugural Archibald Prize was awarded to W.B. McInnes for his portrait of architect Desbrowe Annear. The equestrian statues The offerings of peace and The offerings of war by Gilbert Bayes were installed in front of the main facade in 1926. James Stuart MacDonald was appointed director and secretary in 1929. In 1936 the inaugural Sulman Prize was awarded to Henry Hanke for La Gitana. John William Ashton was appointed director and secretary in 1937.

 

Photograph of painter William Dobell by Max Dupain
Photograph of painter William Dobell by Max Dupain (author: Max Dupain, 1942).

 

The first woman to win the Archibald Prize was Nora Heysen in 1938 with her portrait Mme Elink Schuurman, the wife of the Consul General for the Netherlands. The same year electric light was temporarily installed at the Gallery to remain open at night for the first time. In 1943 William Dobell won the Archibald Prize for Joshua Smith, causing considerable controversy. Hal Missingham was appointed director and secretary in 1945.

In 1958 the Art Gallery of New South Wales Act was amended and the Gallery’s name reverted to “The Art Gallery of New South Wales”.

In 1969 construction began on the Captain Cook wing to celebrate the bicentenary of Cook’s landing in Botany Bay. The new wing opened in May 1972, following the retirement of Missingham and the appointment of Peter Phillip Laverty as director in 1971.

The first of the modern blockbusters to be held at the Gallery was Modern masters: Monet to Matisse in 1975. It attracted 180,000 people over 29 days. The 1976 the Biennale of Sydney was held at the Gallery for the first time. The Sydney Opera House had been the location for the inaugural Biennale in 1973. 1977 saw an exhibition “A selection of recent archaeological finds of the People’s Republic of China.” Edmund Capon was appointed director in 1978 and in 1980 The Art Gallery of New South Wales Act (1980) established the “Art Gallery of New South Wales Trust”. It reduced the number of trustees to nine and stipulated that “at least two” members “shall be knowledgeable and experienced in the visual arts”.

With the support of then Premier Neville Wran a major extension of the Gallery became a Bicennential project. Opened just in time in December 1988, the extensions doubled the floor space of the Gallery. In 1993 Kevin Connor won the inaugural Dobell Prize for Drawing for Pyrmont and city. In 1994, the Yiribana Gallery, dedicated to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art, was opened.

 

 

 

 

21st century

2000-2009

In 2003 an Art After Hours program was initiated with the Gallery opening hours extended every Wednesday. The inaugural Australian Photographic Portrait Prize was won by Greg Weight. The Art Gallery Society of New South Wales celebrated its 50th anniversary in the same year and the Rudy Komon Gallery exhibition space was opened, followed by the new Asian gallery.

A 2004 exhibition of Man Ray’s work set an attendance record for photography exhibitions, with over 52,000 visitors. The same year a legal challenge was mounted against the award of the Archibald Prize to Craig Ruddy for his David Gulpilil, two worlds; and the Anne Landa Award was established, Australia’s first award for moving image and new media. The Nelson Meers Foundation Nolan Room was opened, also in 2004, with a display of five major Sidney Nolan paintings gifted to the Gallery by the Foundation over the past five years.

myVirtualGallery was launched on the Gallery’s website in 2005 and the former boardroom was reopened for display of paintings, sculptures and works on paper by Australian artists.

In 2005 Justice Hamilton ruled in favour of the Gallery over the disputed 2004 award of the Archibald Prize to Craig Ruddy. The same year, James Gleeson and his partner Frank O’Keefe pledged A$16 million through the Gleeson O’Keefe Foundation to acquire works for the Gallery’s collection.

On 10 June 2007, a 17th-century work by Frans van Mieris, entitled A Cavalier (Self Portrait), was stolen from the gallery. The painting had been donated by John Fairfax and was valued at over A$1 million. The theft raised questions about need for increased security at the gallery. In the same year the Belgiorno-Nettis family donated A$4 million over four years to the Gallery to support contemporary art.

 

Frans van Mieris, self-portrait, 1667
Frans van Mieris, self-portrait, 1667 (source: www.artnet.com, user: Staszek99, 2009).

 

In 2008 the Gallery purchased Paul Cézanne’s painting Bords de la Marne ca. 1888 for A$16.2 million – the highest amount paid by the Gallery for a work of art. In the same year the NSW Government announced a grant of A$25.7 million to construct an offsite storage facility and a gift from the John Kaldor Family Collection to the Gallery was announced. Valued at over A$35 million, it comprised some 260 works representing the history of international contemporary art. The refurbishment of the 19th-century Grand Courts was celebrated in the Gallery’s inaugural ‘Open Weekend’ in 2009.

 

2010-present

 

A new contemporary gallery was created in 2010 by removing storage racks from the lowest level of the Captain Cook wing, and artworks were relocated to an off site storage. The new purpose-built off-site collection storage facility began operations. The same year, the award of the Wynne Prize to Sam Leach for Proposal for landscaped cosmos caused controversy due to the painting’s resemblance to a 17th-century Dutch landscape; and the Gallery announced Mollie Gowing’s bequest of 142 artworks plus A$5 million to establish two endowment funds for acquisitions: one for Indigenous art and a larger one for general acquisitions.

The 2011 exhibition The First Emperor: China’s entombed warriors attracted more than 305,000 people and in the same year new contemporary galleries were opened, including the John Kaldor Family Gallery, plus a dedicated photography gallery and a refurbished works-on-paper study room. In August 2011 Edmund Capon announced his retirement after 33 years as director.

Dr Michael Brand assumed the role of director in mid 2012. Picasso: masterpieces from the Musée National Picasso, Paris attracted almost 365,000 visitors – the largest number ever to an exhibition at the Gallery, also in 2012 and Michael Zavros won the inaugural Bulgari Art Award with The new Round Room. In the same year Kenneth Reed announced his intention to bequeath his entire private collection of 200 pieces of rare and valuable 18th-century European porcelain valued at A$5.4 million.

 

AGNSW Sydney Kaldor Family contemporary art gallery opened 2011
AGNSW Sydney Kaldor Family contemporary art gallery opened 2011 (author: Iantomferry, 2014).

 

In 2013 the Gallery unveiled a strategic vision and masterplan, under the working title Sydney Modern: a proposal for major expansion and renewed focus on serving a global audience. The stated aim was to complete the project by 2021, the 150th anniversary of the Gallery’s founding in 1871. In the same year, the Gallery received A$10.8 million from the NSW Government to finance the planning stages of Sydney Modern, which would see the construction of a new building and double the size of the institution. The money will be used over the next two years for feasibility and engineering studies related to the use of land next to the gallery’s existing 19th-century home, and to launch an international architectural competition.

The International design competition for the Sydney Modern Project resulted in five architectural firms being invited from an original list of twelve to submit their final concept designs in April 2015. A mix of private and NSW Government funds will pay for the A$450 million project, The firm of McGregor Coxall was chosen to redesign the gardens. The project has attracted controversy for its expense and encroachment into the public land of The Domain and the Royal Botanic Gardens and its dependence on “much greater commercialisation”.

 

 

 

 

Buildings

The Vernon building

 

Stone arches inside oval entry lobby by Vernon
Stone arches inside oval entry lobby by Vernon (author: Iantomferry, 2014).

 

In 1883 John Horbury Hunt, an architect in private practice, was engaged by the Gallery’s Trustees to design a permanent gallery. Though Hunt submitted four detailed designs in various styles between 1884 and 1895, his work came to nothing apart from a temporary building in The Domain. With raw brick walls and a saw-tooth roof, it was denounced in the press as the “Art Barn”.

Newly appointed Government Architect, Walter Liberty Vernon, secured the prestigious commission over John Horbury Hunt in 1895. Vernon believed that the Gothic style admitted greater individuality and richness ‘not obtainable in the colder and unbending lines of Pagan Classic.’ The Trustees were not convinced and demanded a classical temple to art, not unlike William Henry Playfair‘s Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh, opened in 1859.

 

Art Gallery of NSW Sydney, central court of Vernon Building c.1900
Art Gallery of NSW Sydney, central court of Vernon Building c.1900 (author: Iantomferry, 2014).

 

Vernon’s building, housing eight daylight lit courts, was built in four stages. The first stage was commenced in 1896 and opened in May 1897. By 1901 the entire southern half of the building was finished. A newspaper article at the time noted:

 

Only one wing of the building, about one fourth of the whole structure, is at present completed, and gives rich promise of future beauty. The style is early Greek. The façade is built of thracyte and freestone. The interior is divided into four halls, each 100 feet by 30 feet, communicating with each other by pillared archways. The lighting is almost perfect, designs for the roof having been furnished by London correspondents after careful study of all the latest improvements in European galleries. The walls are coloured a chill neutral green shade, which makes an excellent background.

 

Vernon proposed that his oval lobby lead into an equally imposing Central Court. His plans were not accepted. Until 1969 his lobby led, by a short descent from the entrance level, to the three ‘temporary’ northern galleries designed by Hunt.

 

AGNSW Sydney, main court built as part of 1972 Captain Cook Wing and lengthened by 1988 Bicentennial Wing. The ceiling hung work 'Rally 2014' by Nike Savvas
AGNSW Sydney, main court built as part of 1972 Captain Cook Wing and lengthened by 1988 Bicentennial Wing. The ceiling hung work ‘Rally 2014’ by Nike Savvas (author: Iantomferry, 2014).

 

In 1909 the front of the Gallery was finished and after this date nothing more was built of Vernon’s designs. In the 1930s plans were suggested for the completion of this part of the Gallery but the Great Depression and other financial constraints lead to their abandonment.

 

 

 

 

 

Captain Cook wing

 

In 1968 the New South Wales Government decided the completion of the Gallery would be a major part of the Captain Cook Bicentenary celebrations. This extension, which was opened to the public in November 1972, and the 1988 Bicentennial extensions, were both entrusted to the New South Wales Government Architect, with Andrew Andersons the project architect.

The architecture of the Captain Cook wing did not attempt to clone the classical style of Vernon’s design. Andersons’ design philosophy was akin to that espoused by Robert Venturi in his book Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture, as Andersons explains:

 

He [Venturi] argued the case for richer and more complex forms of architectural expression – for ‘the juxtaposition of old and new’ for dramatic visual impact, rather than striving for unity and consistency in architecture that conventional precepts then dictated.

 

In the Captain Cook wing Andersons divided new from old with a wide strip of skylights in the main entry court. While in the old courts there was parquetry flooring, travertine flooring was employed in the new galleries for both permanent and temporary exhibitions. The modern need for flexibility in display layout was answered by the use of track lighting and precast ceiling panels designed to support a system of demountable walls. While the new galleries were painted off white, senior curator, Daniel Thomas, advocated a rich Victorian colour scheme to display the Gallery’s 19th-century paintings in Vernon’s grand courts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bicentennial extension

 

Woolloomooloo bay and the Finger Wharf, Sydney
Woolloomooloo bay and the Finger Wharf, Sydney (user: Nomadtales, 2006).

 

Sixteen years later the 1988 Bicentennial extension was built on The Domain parkland sloping steeply to the east. Within the constraints of two large Moreton Bay fig trees, and with a substantial part of the accommodation below ground level, the extension doubled the size of the Gallery. Space for permanent collections and temporary exhibitions was expanded, a new Asian gallery, the Domain Theatre, a café overlooking Woolloomooloo Bay, and a rooftop sculpture garden were added. Escalators connected four exhibition levels with the entry/orientation space. Four contemporary art ‘rooms’ were top lit by pyramid skylights.

 

 

 

 

 

Asian Art Gallery expansion

 

A new space for Asian art was built to add to the existing Asian art gallery immediately below. Backlit translucent external cladding glows at night and has been dubbed the “light box”. This addition was coupled with other alterations: a new temporary exhibition space on the top level, new conservation studios, an outward expansion of the café overlooking Woolloomooloo Bay, a new restaurant with dedicated function area, a theatrette and relocation of the gallery shop. The project was designed was by Sydney architect Richard Johnson and was opened on 25 October 2003. The space involves art from all corners of Asia, including Buddhist and Hindu arts, Indian sculptures, Southern Asian textiles, Chinese ceramics and paintings, Japanese works and more.

The aesthetics of the extension were described as “cantilevered on top of the original Asian galleries, the pavilion glows softly like a paper lantern when lit at night” and as “a floating white glass and steel cube pivoted with modern stainless steel lotus flowers”.The extension added 720 square metres (7,800 sq ft) to the New South Wales Art Gallery, with the new space to house temporary and permanent exhibitions. In 2004 Johnson Pilton Walker won two awards for their involvement in the creation of the Asian Galleries extension, including the RAIA National Commendation, Sir Zelman Cowan Award for Public Buildings; and the RAIA NSW Chapter, Architecture Award for Public and Commercial Buildings. Over A$16 million was granted from the NSW Government for this major building project – inclusive also of the Rudy Komon gallery, new conservation studios, café, restaurant and function area, and a refurbishment of the administration area. Upon completion the extension was featured in the September-October 2003 edition of Architecture Bulletin and described the new wing as “Sydney Modern Project”.

Plans to extend the gallery under the name the “Sydney Modern Project” resulted from a competition won in 2015 by Tokyo architects Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishizawa of SANAA. The chosen design, which proposes a massive extension to the north, have been criticised on architectural as well as public interest grounds. Former architect Andersons described it as intrusive, “colliding” with Vernon’s sandstone facade and relegating his portico to a ceremonial entrance. Former Prime Minister Paul Keating criticised proposals to significantly develop the outdoor spaces near the gallery for use as private venues as more about money than art. The Foundation and Friends of the neighbouring Royal Botanic Garden are concerned about the “loss of green space and Domain land should the Project proceed”.

 

 

 

 

 

Collections

 

Departure of the Orient – Circular Quay, Charles Conder (1888)
Departure of the Orient – Circular Quay, Charles Conder (1888) (Source/Photographer: vgHkqByaSPvY-g at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

Samuel Peploe Still life – apples and jar (1912–1916) (from the Gallery's collection)
Samuel Peploe Still life – apples and jar (1912–1916) (from the Gallery’s collection) (Source/Photographer: hAFv-WOJDxEgvw at Google Cultural Institute).

 

In 1871 the collection started with the acquisition by The Art Society of some large works from Europe such as Ford Madox Brown‘s Chaucer at the Court of Edward III. Later they bought work from Australian artists such as Streeton’s 1891 Fire’s On, Roberts’ 1894 The Golden Fleece and McCubbin’s 1896 On the Wallaby Track.

 

The Anatomy Class at the Ecole des Beaux Arts François Sallé, (1888) (Source/Photographer: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1888).
The Anatomy Class at the Ecole des Beaux Arts François Sallé, (1888) (Source/Photographer: Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1888).

 

 

 

 

 

 


In 2014 the collection is categorised into:


 

 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art.

The collection represents Indigenous artists from communities across Australia. The earliest work in the collection, by Tommy McRae, dates from the late 19th century. Included in the collection are desert paintings created by small family groups living on remote Western Desert outstations, bark paintings of the saltwater people of coastal communities and the new media expressions of ‘blak city culture’ by contemporary artists.

 

 

Asian art

The first works to enter the collection in 1879 were a large group of ceramics and bronzes – a gift from the Government of Japan following the Sydney International Exhibition that year. The Asian collections after grown from that beginning to be wide-ranging, embracing the countries and cultures of South, Southeast and East Asia.

 

 

Australian art

The collection dates from the early 1800s, and includes many iconic paintings and sculpture from the annals of Australian art history. 19th-century Australian artists represented include: John Glover, Arthur Streeton, Eugene von Guerard, John Russell, Tom Roberts, David Davies, Charles Conder, William Piguenit, E. Phillips Fox (including Nasturtiums), Frederick McCubbin, Sydney Long and George W. Lambert.

20th-century Australian artists represented include: Arthur Boyd, Rupert Bunny, Grace Cossington Smith, H. H. Calvert, William Dobell, Russell Drysdale, James Gleeson, Sidney Nolan, John Olsen, Margaret Preston, Hugh Ramsay, Lloyd Rees, Imants Tillers, J. W. Tristram, Roland Wakelin, Brett Whiteley, Fred Williams and Blamire Young.

Forty four works held at the gallery were included in the 1973 edition of 100 Masterpieces of Australian Painting.

 

 

Contemporary art

The contemporary collection is international, encompassing Asian and Western as well as Australian art in all media. With the gift of the John Kaldor Family Collection, the Gallery now holds arguably Australia’s most comprehensive representation of contemporary art from the 1960s to the present day. Internationally, the focus is on the influence of conceptual art, nouveau realisme, minimalism and arte povera. The Australian contemporary art collection focuses on abstract painting, expressionism, screen culture and pop art.

 

 

Pacific art

The collection of art from the Pacific region began in 1962 at the instigation of our then deputy director, Tony Tuckson. Between 1968 and 1977, the Gallery acquired over 500 works from the Moriarty Collection, one of the largest and most important private collections of New Guinea Highlands art in the world.

 

 

Photography

The photography collection has major holdings of a wide variety of artists including Tracey Moffatt, Bill Henson, Fiona Hall, Micky Allan, Mark Johnson, Max Pam and Lewis Morley. As well as contemporary photography, Australian pictorialism, modernism and postwar photo documentary is represented by The Sydney Camera Circle, Max Dupain and David Moore. The evolution of 19th-century Australian photography is represented with emphasis on the work of Charles Bayliss and Kerry & Co. International photographs include English pictorialism and the European avant grade (Bauhaus, constructivism and surrealism). Photo-documentary in 20th-century America is reflected through the work of Lewis Hine and Dorothea Lange among others. Contemporary Asian practices are represented by artists such as Yasumasa Morimura and Miwa Yanagi. Styles range from the formal aesthetics of early photography to the informal snapshots of Weegee to the high fashion of Helmut Newton and Bettina Rheims.

 

 

Western art

The gallery has an extensive collection of British Victorian art, including major works by Lord Frederic Leighton and Sir Edward John Poynter. It has smaller holdings of Dutch, French and Italian painters of the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries, such as Peter Paul Rubens, Canaletto, Bronzino, Domenico Beccafumi and Niccolò dell’Abbate. These works hang in the Grand Courts along with works by Eugène Delacroix, John Constable, Ford Madox Brown, Vincent van Gogh, Auguste Rodin, Claude Monet, Paul Cézanne and Camille Pissarro.

British art of the 20th century occupies a significant place in the collection together with major European figures such as Pierre Bonnard, Georges Braque, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Alberto Giacometti and Giorgio Morandi.



 

 

 

 

 

 

Temporary exhibitions

 

Indonesia giava centrale, amitabha buddha, tardo VIII-metà del IX secolo (Photographer: sailko, 2009).
Indonesia giava centrale, amitabha buddha, tardo VIII-metà del IX secolo (Photographer: sailko, 2009).

 

Around 40 temporary exhibitions are held each year; some with an entry charge. In addition to one off exhibitions, the gallery hosts the long running Archibald Prize, the most prominent Australian art prize, along with the Sulman, Wynne and the Dobell art prizes, among others. the Gallery also exhibits ARTEXPRESS, a yearly showcase of Higher School Certificate Visual Arts Examination artworks from across New South Wales.

 

 

 

 

 

Brett Whiteley Studio

The Brett Whiteley Studio at 2 Raper Street, Surry Hills was the workplace and home of Australian artist Brett Whiteley (1939–92). Since 1995 it has been managed as a museum by the Art Gallery of NSW.

 

 

 

 

 

Programs

Education

Gallery educators produce a diverse range of resources for the primary, secondary and tertiary education audiences linked to the collection and major exhibitions.

 

Volunteer guides

Gallery guides provide tours of the collection and exhibitions to visitors, including school groups, Gallery members, corporate clients and VIPs.

 

 

Conservation

Gallery conservators undertake projects to safeguard artworks by preventing, slowing down, remedying or reversing decay and damage while ensuring artworks are safely displayed, stored or transported.

 

 

 

 

 

Public programs

The Gallery has a program of talks, films, performances, courses and workshops as well as programs designed to increase access for people with special needs.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Facilities

 

Bicentennial wing-contemporary art, AGNSW Sydney
Bicentennial wing-contemporary art, AGNSW Sydney (author: Iantomferry, 2014).

 

  • Café
  • Restaurant
  • Library and archive
  • Study room
  • Gallery Shop
  • Centenary Auditorium – 90 seats
  • Domain Theatre – 339 seats

 

 

 

 

 

 

Governance

 

The Art Gallery of NSW is a statutory body established under the Art Gallery of New South Wales Act (1980) and is a body aligned with NSW Trade & Investment. Led by a Board of Trustees, the Gallery also provides administrative support for several other entities, each with its own legal structure:

-The Art Gallery of NSW Foundation,

-VisAsia,

-Brett Whiteley Foundation

-Art Gallery Society of NSW.

The Board of Trustees has nine members plus a President and Vice President. An Executive is composed of the Gallery Director, Deputy Directory, and three senior staff members. The Art Gallery of NSW Foundation is the Gallery’s major acquisition fund and the umbrella organisation for all the Gallery benefactor groups and funds. It raises money from donations and bequests, invests this capital and then uses the income to purchase works of art for the collection. VisAsia, the Australian Institute of Asian Culture and Visual Arts, was established to promote Asian arts and culture. It includes both the VisAsia Council and individual membership. The Brett Whiteley Foundation, promotes and encourages knowledge and appreciation of the work of the late Brett Whiteley. The Art Gallery Society of NSW is the Gallery’s membership organisation. Its objectives are to enhance members’ enjoyment of art, and to raise funds for the Gallery’s collection. The Society is a separate legal entity, controlled and operated by the Society Council and members.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Popular culture

At the start of the film Sirens, Hugh Grant walks past paintings in the Art Gallery of NSW, including Spring Frost by Elioth Gruner, The Golden Fleece (1894) by Tom Roberts, Still Glides the Stream and Shall Forever Glide (1890) by Arthur Streeton, Bailed Up (1895) by Tom Roberts, and Chaucer at the Court of Edward III (1847–51) by Ford Madox Brown.

 

 

 

 

Gallery

 

E Phillips Fox, The ferry (1910–1911) (source/ photographer: 0gGZvkxTRCvFtQ at Google Cultural Institute).
E Phillips Fox, The ferry (1910–1911) (source/ photographer: 0gGZvkxTRCvFtQ at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

Conrad Martens, View of the Heads, Port Jackson (1853)
Conrad Martens, View of the Heads, Port Jackson (1853) (Source/Photographer : rAEfXezS0mghxw at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

Charles Landelle, Ismenie (1878) (
Charles Landelle, Ismenie (1878) (Source/Photographer: OAHflFh4z8tXXA at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

Elioth Gruner, Spring Frost (1919) (Source/Photographer: 0wF_GVvcZwq5WQ at Google Cultural Institute).
Elioth Gruner, Spring Frost (1919) (Source/Photographer: 0wF_GVvcZwq5WQ at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

George W Lambert, Pan is dead (1911)
George W Lambert, Pan is dead (1911) (Source/Photographer: 7gFpYSyKpqb63Q at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

Canaletto, The Piazza San Marco, Venice (1745).
Canaletto, The Piazza San Marco, Venice (1745) (Source/Photographer: www.google.com/culturalinstitute).

 

 

 

 

 

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Three Bathers, 1913
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Three Bathers, 1913 (Source/Photographer: www.google.com/culturalinstitute).

 

 

 

 

Tom Roberts, The Golden Fleece (1894)
Tom Roberts, The Golden Fleece (1894) (Source/Photographer: dwE8q2nHHNU6KQ at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

 

Fearnleigh Montague, Mount Warning, New South Wales (1875)
Fearnleigh Montague, Mount Warning, New South Wales (1875) (Source/Photographer: 4AGiRDWcvAKnlg at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

 

Spencer Gore, The Icknield Way (1912)
Spencer Gore, The Icknield Way (1912) (Source/Photographer: kQHFwhKPeDfa0g at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Henry Moore, Helmet Head No. 2 (1955)
Henry Moore, Helmet Head No. 2 (1955) (Source/Photographer: Wmpearl, 2011).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Camille Pissarro, Peasants' houses, Eragny (1887) (Source/Photographer: QgGHxgs5iZgNnA at Google Cultural Institute).
Camille Pissarro, Peasants’ houses, Eragny (1887) (Source/Photographer: QgGHxgs5iZgNnA at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

Lord Frederic Leighton, Cymon and Iphigenia (1884)
Lord Frederic Leighton, Cymon and Iphigenia (1884) (Source/Photographer: 5AE_9EuzQThEIA at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

Anonymous, A heath scene at Fontainebleau (1864)
Anonymous, A heath scene at Fontainebleau (1864) (Source/Photographer: www.google.com/culturalinstitute).

 

 

 

 

 

Claude Monet, Port-Goulphar, Belle-Île, (1887) (Source/Photographer: GAEJjgqfitikyw at Google Cultural Institute).
Claude Monet, Port-Goulphar, Belle-Île, (1887) (Source/Photographer: GAEJjgqfitikyw at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

 

Front door to Brett Whiteley Studio in Surry Hills, Sydney (Photo: 1717 at en.wikipedia, 2005).
Front door to Brett Whiteley Studio in Surry Hills, Sydney (Photo: 1717 at en.wikipedia, 2005).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Agnolo Bronzino, Cosimo I de’ Medici in armour (1545) (Source/Photographer: BgE-KxM-dl89lg at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

 

Avalokiteshvara, Eleven headed 1000 armed Avalokiteshvara (c. 1800)
Avalokiteshvara, Eleven headed 1000 armed Avalokiteshvara (c. 1800) (Source/Photographer: 3QH7-qh6iOl00g at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

Bodhisattva, Figure of a Bodhisattva (8th century) (Photographer: sailko, 1982).
Bodhisattva, Figure of a Bodhisattva (8th century) (Photographer: sailko, 1982).

 

 

 

 

 

Laurens Craen, Still life with imaginary view (c. 1645–1650) (
Laurens Craen, Still life with imaginary view (c. 1645–1650) (Source/Photographer: SQHCWnnp_sqFfQ at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

Tom Roberts, Bailed Up (1895) (Source/Photographer: sQFVnGJTo1Y6gw at Google Cultural Institute).
Tom Roberts, Bailed Up (1895) (Source/Photographer: sQFVnGJTo1Y6gw at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 

 

Francis Danby, The three sisters of Phaeton weeping (1845) (Source/Photographer: pgHGBzMvhPIf_g at Google Cultural Institute).
Francis Danby, The three sisters of Phaeton weeping (1845) (Source/Photographer: pgHGBzMvhPIf_g at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

Giuseppe Pennasilico, The end of a dream (1908)
Giuseppe Pennasilico, The end of a dream (1908) (Source/Photographer: nwHSz05i3TGnYg at Google Cultural Institute).

 

 

 

 


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