Heidelberg School

The Heidelberg School was an Australian art movement of the late 19th century, described as Australian Impressionism. Drawing on naturalist and impressionist ideas, they sought to capture Australian life, the bush, and the harsh sunlight that typifies the country, frequently painting en plein air.
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Roberts, Tom, (1856-1931), Shearing the Rams, 1890, Oil

Tom Roberts Shearing the rams 1890 oil on canvas on composition board x cm National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Felton Bequest, 1932

Conder, Charles, (1868-1909), Beach Scene, Swanage, 1900, Oil

Your Paintings - Charles Conder paintings

Buvelot, Louis, (1814-1888), On the banks of the Yarra, Victoria, 1870

Buvelot, Louis, On the banks of the Yarra, Victoria, 1870

Buvelot, Louis, (1814-1888), At Dandenong, 1870

Buvelot, Louis, At Dandenong, 1870

Buvelot, Louis, (1814-1888), Macedon Ranges, 1874, Oil

Buvelot, Ashton and a famous art school in Sydney

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