Ken Done's painting of Sydney Harbour 1988 was the first "famous" Australian artwork that I was ever exposed to - I love the bright colours and how the sun features in the sky.

Ken Done, Sydney Harbour 1988 This makes me feel a bit sick, with the tall ships. so gaily erasing the invasion day aspect

Sidney Nolan Ned Kelly 1946 National Gallery of Australia, Canberra Gift of Sunday Reed 1977

Ned Kelly 1946 Sidney NOLAN Carlton, Victoria, Australia 1917 – London, England 1992 Movements: England and Australia from 1950 enamel on composition board h x w cm Gift of Sunday Reed 1977

Ned Kelly painting breaks auction record for Australian art: Sidney Nolans painting of Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, entitled First Class Marksman

Ned Kelly painting breaks auction record for Australian art

Exhibition ideas for theming, Australian Artists. Ned Kelly painting breaks auction record for Australian art: Sidney Nolans painting of Australian outlaw Ned Kelly, entitled First Class Marksman

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Down on his luck. 1889 (Frederick McCubbin 1855 – was an Australian painter who was prominent in the Heidelberg School, one of the more important periods in Australia's visual arts history.


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