Australian Impressionism - Seminars and Symposiums
High Noon On the Hawkesbury River: Arthur Streeton in the Hawkesbury District of NSW by Jane Clark
Jane Clark, Deputy Chairman, Sotheby's Australia, discusses Arthur Streeton's work from the Hawkesbury district.
Jane Sutherland: Thoroughly Australian Landscapes by Frances Lindsay
Frances Lindsay, Deputy Director, National Gallery of Victoria, introduces us to the extraordinary landscapes of Jane Sutherland.
Natural Nationalism by David Hansen
David Hansen, curator and writer, talks about national themes in this collection.
Exploring the Familiar: Conservation Research into the Australian Impressionists by Michael Varcoe-Cocks
Michael Varcoe-Cocks, Conservator of Paintings 1850-1950 at the National Gallery of Victoria, discusses the conservation of Australian Impressionist paintings.
Friendly Rivalry: Paintings of Waterside Sydney 1888 and 1890s by Dr Mary Eagle
We travel to Sydney with Dr Mary Eagle, Fellow, at the Australian National University.
Memory and Desire: Box Hill 1885-88 by Dr Leigh Astbury
Dr Leigh Astbury, Senior Lecturer in Visual Culture at Monash University, introduces the Box Hill landscapes and the artists' pursuit of truth in nature.