Impressions Painting light and life

Impressions: Painting light and life presents portraits by, and of, artists at the heart of Australian impressionism including Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton and Frederick McCubbin.

Art Exhibition previously on at National Portrait Gallery in Other Metro Canberra precinct, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.
From Friday 25 November 2011 to Sunday 04 March 2012

Sunlight effect image Audrey & chic-a-pick image Professor Marshall-Hall image Blue and gold: portrait of Dorothy Sutherland image The red rose image Priscilla image Portrait of Hal Waugh image Portrait of John Mather image Bertram Mackennal image Study of Alice Muskett image Tea time image Portrait of Norman Lindsay as a student image Impressionists’ camp image John Dougherty image Study for picture of G D Carter, Mayor, Melbourne image Reflections image Lucy Sutton image Portrait of GP Nerli image Study for Alethea image Self portrait image

Published by anonymous on Saturday 03 December 2011.
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Featuring well-loved icons of late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century Australian art, as well as rarely-exhibited works drawn from public and private collections, the summer show offers a gorgeous glimpse into the world of a group of people to whom art was life itself.

Temporary exhibition space