Melbourne: the school of the forties 1943-1947

Australia, 1984

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Episode of Series “The Australian eye”.
The Expressionist Eye (13 min) - A look at a period of Australian art that was influenced by European Expressionism. “Victory Girls” (9 min) - A film about Australian artist, Albert Tucker and his work. “Mining Town” (10 min) - an examination of this Arthur Boyd painting. “Stringybark Creek” (10 min) - examines the art of Sidney Nolan. Rated: G

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