A new exhibition at The David Roche Foundation House Museum & Gallery, Adelaide, features objects once belonging to Kings Queens & Courtiers in Europe & England
The David Roche Foundation House Museum & Gallery glittered gloriously with refracted light for its official opening in North Adelaide by former PM Paul Keating
Now showing at Windsor Castle for Christmas is a Regency-themed display revealing how King George IV celebrated the festive season during the early 19th century
When antiques and art collector Adelaide based David Roche AM died in 2013 he left his fine and decorative arts collection in trust to benefit all Australians
While her only known image may seem to reveal otherwise, there was nothing really plain about Jane. Her novels belong as much to her times as do the list of battle honours won by those involved in the era’s significant war campaigns.
During the Regency and reign of George IV in England a fashion for painting furniture to simulate exotic materials grew up to furnish cottages and grand houses.
Peter Collenette of Tasmanian Fine Furniture has a knowledge of historical design styles and some of the world’s most attractive timbers available to make them
This spring Brisbane artist David Henderson will hold his 2011 Exhibition in the Graydon Gallery at New Farm in Brisbane. What David offers in the 30+ works on offer is a glimpse of pure joy. They are evocative atmospheric scenes, mostly from the ancient Italian city La Serenissima (The Most Serene Republic) Venice, where with his brush and colour on canvas he constantly explores the elusive qualities of light, seeking to access its ever-deepening mysteries.