'Lake St Clair' by William Charles Piguenit, 1887

Australia, 1979

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Episode number 12 of Series “The Australian eye III”.
A study of the painting “Lake St Clair” (1887), by William Charles Piguenit. Features a brief biographical description of the artist including his life works in terms of his travels and experiences with nature as Australia’s first important landscape painter born in Australia (Hobart, 1836-1914). His first important works began with his series on Lake St Clair. Suitable for upper secondary level.

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