Australian Etchings & Engravings
From the Gallery's collection
5 May - 22 July 2007
Project gallery, Ground Level
In the first decades of the twentieth century, Australia saw a remarkable boom in the production and collection of etchings and engravings. Strongly influenced by great European artists, local artists, such as Norman and Lionel Lindsay, Sydney Long and Sydney Ure Smith, sought to establish fine etchings and engravings in Australia. Other artists, born and trained in England, also brought with them a more modern sensibility, such as Weaver Hawkins and Frank Medworth, influencing local artists.
Catalogue available free online
An online catalogue for the exhibition Australian Etchings & Engravings 1880s-1930s, as a PDF*.
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• Illustrated entries on 132 works
• Further reading