Symbolism and luxury: the new century 1897-1911

Australia, 1978

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Episode of Series “The Australian eye”.
The Spirit of the Plains (10min): Painted in 1897, this is one of Sydney Long’s finest pieces of work. Endormies: A painting by Rupert Bunny. The Mother (9min): Examines the range and quality of artist George Lambert’s best work. The Ferry (8min): This painting is the sunniest and most lyrical of E. Phillips Fox’s paintings.

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