PUBLIC TALK: Australian Landscape Then and Now - Friends of LWAG Event Series
|Australian Landscape Then and Now - Friends of LWAG Event Series : Saturday 29 Feb, 21 March & 4 April at 1pm - 3.30pm
The Friends of Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery present the next theme
in their Art History Lecture Series: Australian Landscape Then
and Now. Presented by Carl Altmann, this new series will look at
numerous different aspects of landscape paintings from the late
nineteenth to the twentieth century. Refreshments are provided.
Many artists have struggled to depict the Australian landscape.
Some, like Arthur Streeton, have portrayed a picture-perfect view of
rolling hills and verdant valleys while others, like Russell Drysdale,
have shown the harshness of the climate. In more recent years,
artists have endeavoured to portray their personal and political
thoughts on the country.
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