Arthur Streeton, The National Game, 1889. 'The national game' was exhibited in the influential '9 by 5 impression exhibition' held at Buxton's Gallery in Swanston Street, Melbourne, in August 1889. It proved to be central to the development of the Heidelberg school of Australian 'impressionism', a turning point in the history of Australian landscape painting'.
Thumbnail for version as of 06:22, 22 October 2012 Tom Roberts (1856–1931) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q1291901 Details of artist on Google Art Project Title A quiet day on Darebin Creek Object type Painting,oil on wood panel Date 1885 Dimensions Height: 264 mm (10.39 in). Width: 348 mm (13.7 in). Current location National Gallery of Australia Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q795228