Be captured by the unique majesty of the ranges, seen through the eyes of these brilliant Australian landscape painters.
Mary Tonkin: Contemporary plein air landscape artist whose detailed large scale representations reflect the forest at her family’s property in Kalorama.
Fred Williams: Australia’s most iconic landscape artist redefined painting in the Australian bush during his ‘Upwey years’ from 1963-68.
Miles Evergood: An impressionist whose 1930’s Kalorama paintings are characterised by strong colours and expressive brushstrokes and use of palette knife.
Image credits (left to right):
Miles Evergood (1871 - 1939), The Red House (detail), c. 1935 – 1938, oil on canvas, 30.5 x 40.5 cm
Fred Williams, Landscape with Burning Tree II 1969 (detail), oil on canvas, 122.5 x 132.5 cm, TarraWarra Museum of Art collection,
Gift of Eva Besen AO and Marc Besen AO. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program 2013. © Estate of Fred Williams. Photo: Andrew Curtis
Mary Tonkin, Ramble, Kalorama 2017-19 (detail) oil on linen, 21 panels, 180 x 1890 cm Photographer Matthew Stanton