Bourke St. West by Tom Roberts The painting depicts the western end of Bourke Street, one of the main thoroughfares in Melbourne as seen from the Buckley & Nunn drapery. 1886

Bourke St. West by Tom Roberts The painting depicts the western end of Bourke Street, one of the main thoroughfares in Melbourne as seen from the Buckley & Nunn drapery. 1886

Shearing Shed Newstead Painting by Tom Roberts | Oil Painting

Shearing Shed Newstead Painting by Tom Roberts | Oil Painting

National Gallery of Victoria Slumbering Sea, Mentone 1887 Tom Roberts

National Gallery of Victoria Slumbering Sea, Mentone 1887 Tom Roberts

Hillside Tom Roberts (1927) Art Gallery of South Australia Painting - oil on canvas

Hillside Tom Roberts (1927) Art Gallery of South Australia Painting - oil on canvas

Tom Roberts painted Coming South in 1886. The ship travels, bearing its variety of passengers, from Europe to Australia.

Tom Roberts painted Coming South in 1886. The ship travels, bearing its variety of passengers, from Europe to Australia.


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In a Corner on the Macintyre  | Tom Roberts paintings. His impression of the bushranger, Capt. Thunderbolt's attempted capture.

In a Corner on the Macintyre | Tom Roberts paintings. His impression of the bushranger, Capt. Thunderbolt's attempted capture.

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

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

Twenty Minutes Past Three (1886). Thomas William “Tom” Roberts (Australian, Heidelberg School, 1856–1931). Oil on canvas. The woman appears worried as she stares at the grim-faced man edging past the door. She has put aside her reading which perhaps has been replaced by the clock, showing that it is twenty minutes past three. Perhaps her husband has returned after a futile search for their child. She fears that there has been a misadventure.

Twenty Minutes Past Three (1886). Thomas William “Tom” Roberts (Australian, Heidelberg School, 1856–1931). Oil on canvas. The woman appears worried as she stares at the grim-faced man edging past the door. She has put aside her reading which perhaps has been replaced by the clock, showing that it is twenty minutes past three. Perhaps her husband has returned after a futile search for their child. She fears that there has been a misadventure.

A Summer Morning Tiff by Tom Roberts. Painted in Melbourne, 1886. Art Gallery of Ballarat, Victoria.  1943

A Summer Morning Tiff by Tom Roberts. Painted in Melbourne, 1886. Art Gallery of Ballarat, Victoria. 1943

1890. "Shearing the Rams" by Australian artist Tom Roberts. The painting depicts sheep shearers plying their trade in a timber shearing shed. Distinctly Australian in character, the painting is a celebration of pastoral life and work, especially "strong, masculine labour" and recognises the role that wool-growing played in the development of the country.

1890. "Shearing the Rams" by Australian artist Tom Roberts. The painting depicts sheep shearers plying their trade in a timber shearing shed. Distinctly Australian in character, the painting is a celebration of pastoral life and work, especially "strong, masculine labour" and recognises the role that wool-growing played in the development of the country.

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