Vintage Photograph of Flinders Lane Melbourne Victoria Australia (City)

Flinders Lane Tour : Buildings and Architecture - Melbourne, Victorian & Australian Architecture Topics

Chinatown Melbourne Australia  Melbourne Victoria Australia Angus O'Callaghan (1922-.) Australia.  Angus dedicated three years in the late 60s and early 70s to documenting a Melbourne that no longer exists. These medium format photographs display a love for a home as strengthened by a long absence, a passionate mind and a keen sense of belonging. Angus's photographs were initially published in 1956 and he split his time between photography and teaching until his retirement in 1985.

ANGUS O'CALLAGHAN (BORN Chinatown archival print on rag paper signed 'Angus O'Callaghan' lower left editioned lower right 30 x Leonard Joel Auctions, Calender, Australian Auctioneers

Arthur Boyd’s studio  Open Country, Murrumbeena, Melbourne c. 1945  (from left) Matcham Skipper, Joy Hester, Yvonne Lennie, Arthur Boyd and David Boyd.    Photographed by Albert Tucker  Gelatin silver photograph  Courtesy of Lauraine Diggins Fine Art Gallery, Melbourne

This is the first in a series of National Portrait Gallery exhibitions to survey the portraits painted by artists who are not thought of, primarily, as portrait painters

Under the Clocks, Flinders Street Station Melbourne Victoria Australia Angus O'Callaghan (1922-.) Australia.  Angus dedicated three years in the late 60s and early 70s to documenting a Melbourne that no longer exists. These medium format photographs display a love for a home as strengthened by a long absence, a passionate mind and a keen sense of belonging. Angus's photographs were initially published in 1956 and he split his time between photography and teaching until his retirement in…

Under the Clocks, Flinders Street Station Melbourne Victoria Australia Angus O'Callaghan (1922-.) Australia. Angus dedicated three years in the late 60s and early 70s to documenting a Melbourne that no longer exists. These medium format photographs display a love for a home as strengthened by a long absence, a passionate mind and a keen sense of belonging. Angus's photographs were initially published in 1956 and he split his time between photography and teaching until his retirement in…

Carol Jerrems Outback Press Melbourne 1974 left to right: Colin Talbot (writer), Alfred Milgrom (publisher), Morry Schwartz (entrepreneur, publisher, now publisher of The Monthly), Mark Gillespie (singer/songwriter) Gelatin silver photograph National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Carol Jerrems was an Australian photographer. Jerrems studied photography at Prahran College She is mainly known for documenting the counter-culture spirit of Melbourne in the

Black and white image of Elizabeth Cohen in her milk bar in North Carlton. The milk bar was called The Old Lolly Shop, it was opened and run by Elizabeth and Henry Cohen at 314 Rathdowne Street, Carlton North, Melbourne Victoria Australia from 1939 to 1975. Elizabeth and Henry Cohen both born in Australia, were descendants of Jewish immigrants from Europe.

Photograph - Elizabeth Cohen in the Old Lolly Shop, Carlton North, circa 1950

Rennie Ellis  Australia, 1940 – 2003  Cosmetics salesgirl, Toorak Road  c.1970, Melbourne  gelatin silver photograph 
29.0 x 43.5 cm (image)  South Australian Government Grant 2009  Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide  © Rennie Ellis Photographic Archive

Rennie Ellis Australia, 1940 – 2003 Cosmetics salesgirl, Toorak Road Melbourne gelatin silver photograph x cm (image) South Australian Government Grant 2009 Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide © Rennie Ellis Photographic Archive .

Review: 'Carol Jerrems: photographic artist' at the Monash Gallery of Art, Wheelers Hill, Melbourne http://wp.me/pn2J2-4Dc Dr Marcus Bunyan. "The one and only..." Photo: Carol Jerrems. 'Mark and Flappers' 1975

'Mark and Flappers' 1975 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Gift of James Mollison, 1994 © Ken Jerrems & the Estate of Lance Jerrems

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gee-in: A bond between a man and his horse… Racehorse trainer, Tommy Woodcock, with his champion racehorse, Reckless, on the night before running second to Gold and Black in the Melbourne Cup of


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