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'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.

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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'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.

Albert Namatjira, Ghost Gum and Ranges, circa 1950's, 17 x 80.5 cm. (tip to tip), watercolour on woomera, signed "Albert Namatjira" lower right and inscribed "Aboriginal Handcraft, Hermannsburg Central Australia" verso

Albert Namatjira, Ghost Gum and Ranges, circa 1950's, 17 x 80.5 cm. (tip to tip), watercolour on woomera, signed "Albert Namatjira" lower right and inscribed "Aboriginal Handcraft, Hermannsburg Central Australia" verso

Albert Namatjira Kwariitnama (Organ Pipes) c.1945-53 watercolour over pencil on paper Ngurratjuta/Pmara Ntjarra Aboriginal Corporation

Albert Namatjira Kwariitnama (Organ Pipes) c.1945-53 watercolour over pencil on paper Ngurratjuta/Pmara Ntjarra Aboriginal Corporation

For Sydney Nolan - Ned Kelly On Tour  Poster from original - acrylic on board via  Flickr jeff hubbard

For Sydney Nolan - Ned Kelly On Tour Poster from original - acrylic on board via Flickr jeff hubbard

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