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Australian painters - Australia's Culture Portal

John Glover (1767-1849), Australian landscape with cattle: the artist's property Patterdale , c. Image courtesy of the National Library of Australia: an2253188. The Heidelberg School was the first significant art movement in Australia. ...

Angry Penguin painters - Australia's Culture Portal

Barbara Tucker, Albert Tucker, Arthur Boyd and Sidney Nolan, Hurstbridge, c. The Angry Penguin painters are considered to be the major figures of a modernist movement in Australian art, based in Melbourne, which has determined and shaped Australian conte...

The Angry Penguins

Centred around poet Max Harris, the movement took their name from an art and literary magazine first published by Harris in 1940. The Angry Penguins, to quote Max Harris, expressed 'a noisy and aggressive revolutionary modernism' and represented the new l...

The Archibald Prize - Australia's Culture Portal

Image courtesy of the Art Gallery of New South Wales. The annual Archibald Prize for portraiture is one of Australia's oldest and best-known visual arts awards. An exhibition of the paintings shortlisted for judging, in conjunction with those shortlisted...

Artbank - Australia's Culture Portal

Artbank was founded by the Australian Government in 1980 to buy Australian contemporary art and rent it out to public and private sector clients. Instead of only seeing Australian art in galleries, Artbank ensures that more Australian art can be seen in m...

Brett Whiteley - Australia's Culture Portal

Brett Whiteley is one of Australia's most revered artists. He won many prizes and awards and his work hangs in numerous galleries, including the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, the Tate Gallery in London and the Museum of Modern Art in New Yor...

The Australian Bush - Australia's Culture Portal

Image courtesy of the National Library of Australia. There is no doubt that the bush has an iconic status in Australian life and has featured strongly in any debate about national identity. Australian artists such as Tom Roberts, Charles Condor, Hans Hey...

Grace Cossington Smith - Stories from Australia's Culture Portal

Grace Cossington Smith was a leading Sydney painter in the Australian modernist movement, and her painting The Sock Knitter (1915) is generally regarded as Australia's first modernist work. Grace Cossington Smith, The Bridge in-Curve, c.1930, tempera on c...

Margaret Olley - Australia's Culture Portal

The art of Margaret Olley is the art of deliberate choices. Olley's art teacher at Somerville House persuaded Olley's parents to send Margaret to art school. Margaret Olley is represented at the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of NSW, the...

Margaret Preston - Australia's Culture Portal

Margaret Preston was an Australian painter and printmaker who was a leading example of early Australian modernism. Her essays and articles were published in Australian journals including Art in Australia , Undergrowth, Jindyworobak Review and Australia N...

The Portia Geach Memorial Award

The Portia Geach Memorial Award is recognised as one of the most important celebrations of the talents and creativity of Australian female portrait painters. The Award is held each year at the National Trust's SH Ervin Gallery in Sydney. Born in Melbourn...

Australian sculpture - Australia's Culture Portal

Sculpture is part of many everyday Australian places including streets, public squares, buildings, parks and gardens. The influence of sculpture is obvious in the overall design of some notable Australian buildings such as Federation Square and The Austr...

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Helen Shelley   (more info)

Contemporary Australian painter analytically examining everyday objects through painting and photography.

Flinders Lane Gallery   (more info)

Flinders Lane Gallery exhibits a select group of contemporary Australian painters and sculptors. The works of distinguished Aboriginal artists are shown in the context of contemporary art, reflecting the uniqueness and power of this major force in Austral

Lauren Perkins   (more info)

Australian figurative painter who paints women contemplating their lives and loves. Commissions available on request.

Nad̃ge Lamy   (more info)

The website of Nad̃ge Lamy, a French-born Australian painter living and working in the blue Mountains, New South Wales. The website displays current and past work, and includes artist's biography.

Ruth le Cheminant   (more info)

The website of Ruth le Cheminant, a contemporary Australian landscape painter, showing current work, recent exhibitions and biography.

Kerry Johns   (more info)

Kerry Johns is a contemporary Australian landscape painter who works in the Blue Mountains and New South Wales South Coast. The website displays current work, recent exhibitions and artist biography.

Portraits in Oil by Gerhard Ritter   (more info)

Website of South Australian portrait painter Gerhard Ritter. Visit the website for examples of works, artist biography, the commission process, and fees for oil on canvass portraits.

Waldemar Buczynski   (more info)

Website of Polish-born Australian painter Waldemar Buczynski. Visit to learn about the artist and view his contemporary oil paintings.

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