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Audio guide for twenty two key works from the 2007 25th anniversary of the National Gallery of Australia exhibition 'Ocean to Outback: Australian Landscape Painting 1850–1950' curated by National Gallery Director, Ron Radford AM and celebrates the rich history of landscape painting in Australia.
 
In the late 1970s Dr James Gleeson AO, Australia’s leading surrealist painter, interviewed 98 Australian artists in their studios to discuss their works that had been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia. As an artist, curator, writer and administrator, Gleeson brought a unique perspective to these conversations. The recorded interviews form the basis of a significant resource on Australian visual arts. The recordings are accompanied by 2000 reference photographs of the artworks and ...
 
Audio guide to seventeen key works from the 2007 NGA George.W.Lambert Retrospective : heroes & icons shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. 29 June – 16 September 2007
 
Audio guide to thirty-two works from the Turner to Monet: triumph of Landscape exhibition shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006.
 
Audio guide to thirty works from the National Indigenous Art Triennial 07: culture warriors shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006
 
Audio guide to works from the The National Sculpture Prize and Exhibition shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 15 July – 9 October 2005
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Three Centuries of Italian Art, shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 28 March – 16 June 2002
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Degas: master of French art. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra | 12 December 2008 – 22 March 2009
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Home Sweet Home: Works from the Peter Fay collection, shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 11 October 2003 – 18 January 2004
 
The National Gallery of Australia is one of the world's most recently established national galleries. It opened to the public in 1982, after little more than a decade of collecting. The Gallery now holds the nation's largest and most valuable collection of art.
 
The National Gallery of Australia is one of the world's most recently established national galleries. It opened to the public in 1982, after little more than a decade of collecting. The Gallery now holds the nation's largest and most valuable collection of art.
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Grace Cossington Smith: A retrospective exhibition, shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 4 March – 13 June 2005
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition French Paintings from the Musée Fabre, Montpellier, shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 7 November 2003 – 15 February 2004
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Constable: impressions of land, sea and sky shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 3 March – 12 June 2006
 
The National Gallery of Australia is one of the world's most recently established national galleries. It opened to the public in 1982, after little more than a decade of collecting. The Gallery now holds the nation's largest and most valuable collection of art.
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Grace Cossington Smith: A retrospective exhibition, shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 4 March – 13 June 2005
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Imants Tillers: one world / many visions shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 14 July – 16 October 2006
 
Audio guide to works from the NGA exhibition Michael Riley: sights unseen shown at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra 13 October 2007 – 10 February 2008
 
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Contemporary Australian Architects 2011 Wednesdays 7 to 28 September 6.00 pm. From urban to rural to pop, the full gamut of Australian architecture. Nick Tobias of Tobias Partners, Andrew Maynard, David Morris, Marika Neustupny,Lucinda McLean and Nigel Bertram of NMBW Architecture Studio.Presented in association with the ACT Chapter of the Aust ...…
 
Contemporary Australian Architects 2011 Wednesdays 7 to 28 September 6.00 pm. From urban to rural to pop, the full gamut of Australian architecture. Nick Tobias of Tobias Partners, Andrew Maynard, David Morris, Marika Neustupny,Lucinda McLean and Nigel Bertram of NMBW Architecture Studio.Presented in association with the ACT Chapter of the Aust ...…
 
Contemporary Australian Architects 2011 Wednesdays 7 to 28 September 6.00 pm. From urban to rural to pop, the full gamut of Australian architecture. Nick Tobias of Tobias Partners, Andrew Maynard, David Morris, Marika Neustupny,Lucinda McLean and Nigel Bertram of NMBW Architecture Studio.Presented in association with the ACT Chapter of the Aust ...…
 
Contemporary Australian Architects 2011 Wednesdays 7 to 28 September 6.00 pm. From urban to rural to pop, the full gamut of Australian architecture. Nick Tobias of Tobias Partners, Andrew Maynard, David Morris, Marika Neustupny,Lucinda McLean and Nigel Bertram of NMBW Architecture Studio.Presented in association with the ACT Chapter of the Aust ...…
 
Contemporary Australian Architects 2011 Wednesdays 7 to 28 September 6.00 pm. From urban to rural to pop, the full gamut of Australian architecture. Nick Tobias of Tobias Partners, Andrew Maynard, David Morris, Marika Neustupny,Lucinda McLean and Nigel Bertram of NMBW Architecture Studio.Presented in association with the ACT Chapter of the Aust ...…
 
Contemporary Australian Architects 2011 Wednesdays 7 to 28 September 6.00 pm. From urban to rural to pop, the full gamut of Australian architecture. Nick Tobias of Tobias Partners, Andrew Maynard, David Morris, Marika Neustupny,Lucinda McLean and Nigel Bertram of NMBW Architecture Studio.Presented in association with the ACT Chapter of the Aust ...…
 
Contemporary Australian Architects 2011 Wednesdays 7 to 28 September 6.00 pm. From urban to rural to pop, the full gamut of Australian architecture. Nick Tobias of Tobias Partners, Andrew Maynard, David Morris, Marika Neustupny,Lucinda McLean and Nigel Bertram of NMBW Architecture Studio.Presented in association with the ACT Chapter of the Aust ...…
 
Contemporary Australian Architects 2011 Wednesdays 7 to 28 September 6.00 pm. From urban to rural to pop, the full gamut of Australian architecture. Nick Tobias of Tobias Partners, Andrew Maynard, David Morris, Marika Neustupny,Lucinda McLean and Nigel Bertram of NMBW Architecture Studio.Presented in association with the ACT Chapter of the Aust ...…
 
Rover Thomas [Joolama] Kukatja/Wangkajunga peoples (1926/1928–1998), Cyclone Tracy 1991. Painting, natural earth pigments on canvas, 168.0 h x 180.0 w cm. Purchased 1991 © the artist's estate, courtesy Warmun Art Centre.
 
Brent Harris (1956 Aotearoa New Zealand), Deities series I–III 2005. Woodcuts, printed in colour, 106.7 h x 81.3 w cm (each sheet). Gordon Dowling Australia Pacific Print Fund 2006.
 
John Olsen (1928), Sydney sun [King sun] 1965. Painting, oil on three plywood panels, overall 305.0 h x 412.5 w x 5.0 d cm. Purchased with funds from the Nerissa Johnson Bequest 2000. © John Olsen. Licensed by Viscopy.
 
Russell Drysdale (1912 England - 1981 Australia), Emus in a landscape 1950. Painting, oil on canvas, 101.6 h x 127.0 w. Purchased 1970. © Estate of Russell Drysdale.
 
George W. Lambert (Russia 1873 – Australia 1930), Chesham Street 1910, Oil on canvas, 62.0 x 51.5 cm. Purchased 1993.
 
Carol Rudyard (1922 England), Northern theme 1973. Painting, synthetic polymer paint on two canvases, each panel 167.5 h x 107.0 w cm, (overall) 167.5 h x 214.0 w cm. Purchased 2005.
 
Jeffrey Smart (1921), Corrugated Gioconda 1976. Painting, oil on canvas, 80.8 h x 116.6 w cm. Purchased 1976.
 
Sidney Nolan (1917 Australia – 1992 England), Kiata c.1943. Painting, enamel on composition board, 60.9 h x 91.7 w cm. Purchased 1973. © Sidney Nolan Trust.
 
Rayner Hoff (Isle of Man 1894 – Australia 1937), Deluge - stampede of the lower gods (The Deluge) 1927. Sculpture, cast and patinated plaster, 184.0 h x 463.7 w x 13.0 d cm.
 
John Mawurndjil AM, Kuninjku (Eastern Kunwinjku) people (1952), Lorrkon 2004. Sculpture, natural earth pigments and PVA fixative on wood, 243.0 h x 20.0 w 56.8 diameter cm. Purchased 2005 © John Mawurndjul, courtesy Maningrida Arts and Culture.
 
Rover Thomas [Joolama], Kukatja/Wangkajunga peoples (1926/1928–1998), One hid under the bullock's hide 1991 from the Texas Downs killings series. Painting, natural earth pigments on canvas, 90.0 h x 180.0 w cm. Purchased 1991 © the artist's estate, courtesy Warmun Art Centre.
 
William Robinson (1936), Springbrook with lifting fog 1999. Painting, oil on linen, 203.0 h x 259.0 w cm. Purchased with funds from the Nerissa Johnson Bequest 1999.
 
Godfrey Miller (1893 New Zealand – 1964 Australia), Blue Unity 1954-55. Painting, oil on canvas, 69.8 h x 88.2 w cm. Purchased 1969. © John Henshaw Trust.
 
Russell Drysdale (England 1912 – Australia 1981), The drover's wife c.1945. Painting, oil on canvas, 51.5 h x 61.5 w cm. Gift of American Friends of the National Gallery of Australia, Inc., New York, NY, USA, made possible with the generous support of Mr and Mrs Benno Schmidt of New York and Esperance, Western Australia, 1987. © Estate of Russe ...…
 
Bertram Mackennal (Australia 1863 – England 1931), Miss Grace Dunham 1896. Carved and polished marble, 80.0 x 49.0 x 27.0 cm. Purchased 1976.
 
Richard Larter (1929 England), Exercise 1967. Painting, synthetic polymer paint on composition board, 122.5 h x 183.5 w cm. Gift of Lucy Swanton 1981.
 
John Brack (1920-1999), The bathroom 1957. Painting, oil on canvas, 129.4 h x 81.2 w cm. Purchased 1998. © Helen Brack.
 
Sam Atyeo (1910 Melbourne – 1990 France), Organised line to yellow c.1933. Painting, oil on canvas, 68.0 h x 54.2 w cm. Purchased 1970. © Courtesy of Mrs Sam Atyeo.
 
Kathleen O’Connor (Aotearoa New Zealand 1876 – Australia 1968), In the studio c. 1928. Oil on cardboard, mounted on hardboard, 70.0 x 85.0 cm. Purchased 2007.
 
Peter Marralwanga, Kuninjku (Eastern Kunwinjku) people (1916–1987), Ngal-Kunburriyaymi 1982. Painting, Bark painting, natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark, 121.5 h x 65.0 w cm. Purchased 1983 © estate of Peter Marralwanga, courtesy Maningrida Arts and Culture.
 
John Mawurndjil AM, Kuninjku (Eastern Kunwinjku) people (1952), Rainbow Serpent (Ngalyod) with female mimi spirit 1984. Painting, Bark painting, natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark, 123.5 h x 74.0 w cm. Purchased 1984 © John Mawurndjul. Licensed by Viscopy.
 
Peter Booth (1940 England), Untitled 1999. Painting, oil on canvas, 207.5 h x 269.5 w cm. Purchased 2001.
 
Fred Williams (1927-1982), Upwey landscape 1965-66. Painting, oil on canvas, 183.0 h x 148.0 w cm. Ppurchased 1966. © Estate of Fred Williams.
 
John Perceval (1923-2000), Boy with cat 2 1943. Painting, oil on composition board, 59.0 h x 43.8 w cm. Purchased 1970. Courtesy John Perceval / Ken McGregor.
 
Max Meldrum (Scotland 1875 – Australia 1955), Poland (Madame de Tarczynska) 1917. Oil on canvas on composition board, 154.4 x 89.2 cm. Purchased 1980.
 
Shane Cotton (1964 Aotearoa New Zealand), Three-quarter view 2005. Painting, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 180.0 h x 160.0 w cm. Purchased 2005.
 
John Brack (1920-1999), Men's wear 1953. Painting, oil on canvas, 81.0 h x 114.0 w. Purchased 1982. © Helen Brack.
 
Sidney Nolan (1917–1992), Boy and the moon [Moonboy] c.1939-40. Painting, oil on canvas, mounted on composition board, 73.3 h x 88.2 w cm. Purchased 1976. © Sidney Nolan Trust.
 
Merric Boyd (Australia 1888–1959), Vase 1916. Glazed earthenware, 19.8 x 17.8 x 17.8 cm. Purchased 1977.
 
Yirawala, Kuninjku people (1895/1899-1976), Maralaitj, mother of the tribes c.1965. Painting, Bark painting, natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark, 62.0 h x 31.0 w cm. Purchased 1976 Collected by Sandra Le Brun Holmes, Sydney.
 
John Mawurndjil AM, Kuninjku (Eastern Kunwinjku) people (1952), Lorrkon 2004. Sculpture, natural earth pigments and PVA fixative on wood, 243.0 h x 20.0 w 56.8 diameter cm. Purchased 2005 © John Mawurndjul, courtesy Maningrida Arts and Culture.
 
Rosalie Gascoigne (1917 New Zealand – 1999 Australia), Suddenly the Lake 1995. Sculpture, formboard plywoods, galvanised iron sheeting, synthetic polymer paint on composition board, four panels, overall (approx.) 130.7 h x 361.2 w x 7.7 d cm. Given by the artist in memory of Michael Lloyd 1996. © Rosalie Gascoigne. Licensed by VISCOPY, Australia.…
 
Fred Williams (1927-1982), Forest (also known as 'Saplings') 1960-61. Painting, oil on composition board, 89.5 h x 77.0 w cm. Purchased 2006. © Estate of Fred Williams.
 
Albert Tucker (1914–1999), Sunbathers 1944. Painting, oil on cardboard, 59.2 h x 86.0 w. Purchased 1981. © Barbara Tucker courtesy Barbara Tucker.
 
Hugh Ramsay (Scotland 1877 – Australia 1906), A mountain shepherd (An Italian dwarf) 1901. Oil on canvas, 167.5 x 110.8 cm. Gift of Nell Fullerton, niece of the artist, in memory of her parents, Sir John and Lady Ramsay 1980.
 
Brent Harris (1956 Aotearoa New Zealand), Deities series I–III 2005. Woodcuts, printed in colour, 106.7 h x 81.3 w cm (each sheet). Gordon Dowling Australia Pacific Print Fund 2006.
 
John Olsen (1928), Sydney sun [King sun] 1965. Painting, oil on three plywood panels, overall 305.0 h x 412.5 w x 5.0 d cm. Purchased with funds from the Nerissa Johnson Bequest 2000. © John Olsen. Licensed by Viscopy.
 
Russell Drysdale (1912 England - 1981 Australia), Emus in a landscape 1950. Painting, oil on canvas, 101.6 h x 127.0 w. Purchased 1970. © Estate of Russell Drysdale.
 
George W. Lambert (Russia 1873 – Australia 1930), Chesham Street 1910, Oil on canvas, 62.0 x 51.5 cm. Purchased 1993.
 
Robert Campbell Jnr, Ngaku people (1944–1993), The Philippines 1988. Painting, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 130.0 h x 200.0 w cm. Purchased 1988. Courtesy of Rolsyn Oxley9 Gallery.
 
Philip Gudthaykudthay, Liyagalawumirr people (1923/1927), Wagilag sister (older) [Wagilag Sister] 1994. Sculpture, natural pigments on wood, natural fibre, 1.60 h x 18.0 w x 16.0 d cm. Purchased 1995.
 
Peter Marralwanga, Kuninjku (Eastern Kunwinjku) people (1916–1987), Ngal-Kunburriyaymi 1982. Painting, Bark painting, natural earth pigments on eucalyptus bark, 121.5 h x 65.0 w cm. Purchased 1983 © estate of Peter Marralwanga, courtesy Maningrida Arts and Culture.
 
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