A documentary screening Oct 30 on ABCTV explores the legacy of Impressionist painter John Russell a great Australian artist most Australians have never heard of
An enigma in the history of Australian art painter John Peter Russell (1858-1930) is remembered as ‘warm-hearted, a man for whom friendships were very important
Auguste Rodin employed traditional methods to produce his contemporary sculptural works , taking the production of three-dimensional images to a whole new level
Van Gogh and the Seasons is a very fine tribute to Dutch born artist Vincent van Gogh and his legacy which continues to inspire artists and captivate the public
Degas: A New Vision now at NGV International reveals artist Edgar Degas’ commitment to presenting images of the human figure in settings true to his own time
As long we are all able to encounter Joseph Mallord William Turner’s great art works visually we can access his spirituality and true and real beauty first hand
English Painter JMW Turner created first and lasting impressions pulsating with light and experience that allow us to feel the warmth and heat of a summer day
Genius and Ambition: The Royal Academy of Arts London 1768-1918 illustrates the influence of British art on Australian art is well worth a road trip to Bendigo
The Impressionists have today become popular because people from all walks of life, creeds and backgrounds relate to their optimistic view of a life well lived
Australian Impressionists in France at NGV will bring together paintings prints drawings and photographs to show how art progressed before and after World War I
There is no doubt the winter masterpiece show Monet’s Garden at the NGV will add colour light and warmth to our coldest season refreshing hearts minds and souls
Painter Claude Monet created his now world famous garden at Giverny in Normandy where sunlight, fresh air and the interplay of light reflected on his canvases
Claude Monet’s works give a great first impression of the relationship between art and the beauty and romance of a garden sited in the French landscape.
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The Impressionists were “terribly popular, terribly familiar and terribly commercialized”. They became popular because people from all walks of life, all creeds and all backgrounds were able to plug into it their art movement and its message about life. Pierre Auguste Renoir (1841-1919) was the people painter of the bourgeoisie…