Hamilton Gallery

EXPOSING THOMAS CLARK

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THE WANNON FALLSOil on canvasAcquired by The Hamilton Gallery Trust Fund 2003 EXPOSING THOMAS CLARK Date21 September – 17 November 2013 ‘Exposing Thomas Clark: A Colonial Artist in Western Victoria’ is the first comprehensive exhibition showcasing one of Australia’s great colonial artists, Thomas Clark. His body of work rev

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THE HAMILTON CONNECTION III

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Graeme TresidderIMAGINISM SUITE 2013Permanent marker, pencil, biro, charcoal and graphite CHINESE PHOTOGRAPHS Date8 May – 4 August 2013 Four local artists have come together to showcase their work in an exhibition at Hamilton Gallery from the 8th May until the 4th of August. The exhibition, entitled Hamilton Connection III, features four very

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CHINESE PHOTOGRAPHS

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Yang Yongliang (b.1955)ChinaVIRIDESCENCE II 2009Inkjet print on fine art paper2012.565Donated through the Australian Government Cultural Gifts Program in recognition of the contribution of Australia’s Asian Community CHINESE PHOTOGRAPHS Date12 August – 3 November 2013 In recent years some of the most exciting contemporary art has emerg

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AUSTRALIAN WATERCOLOURS

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J.J. Hilder (1881-1916)AustraliaFISHERMAN ON DORA CREEK 1915WatercolourR.G.L. and M.L. Taylor Bequest 1998 AUSTRALIAN WATERCOLOURS Date21 January – 24 February Hamilton Gallery holds watercolours from the 18th century onwards but this exhibition focuses on the watercolours from Australia’s golden era of watercolour painting of the 193

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DAVENPORT PORCELAIN

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Desert plate 1815-25PorcelainGift of Dr Roger Cross and Jennifer Carter2013.020 DAVENPORT PORCELAIN Date13 February – 31 March 2013 Davenport was the great English ceramics factory of the early 19th century and its production contained all the hallmarks of this eclectic period. During this time manufacturing had lost its artistic direction an

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TAKE TWO FRESH EGGS: WESTERN DISTRICT COOKBOOKS AND KITCHENALIA FROM 1834

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TAKE TWO FRESH EGGS: WESTERN DISTRICT COOKBOOKS AND KITCHENALIA FROM 1834 Date2 December – 30 March 2014 In the 18th century the British considered the French to be the worst example of a free-living people and this carried over into the satirical prints of the time. Featuring the work of William Hogarth and Thomas Rowlandson […]

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THOSE LICENTIOUS FRENCH

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Thomas RowlandsonEngland (1756 – 1827) Vive le Roi! Vive l’Empereur, Vive Le Diable c.1800Etching with watercolourPurchased by the Hamilton Gallery Trust Fund – T.H. Taylor Bequest1717 THOSE LICENTIOUS FRENCH Date2 December – 30 March 2014 In the 18th century the British considered the French to be the worst example of a free-l

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INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS AT WAR

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Troops of the 2/7th Infantry Batallion on leave from New Guinea waiting for the south-bound train to start.Reg Saunders is standing 4th from left. 12 October, 1943, photographer James Tait, AWM 057894 INDIGENOUS AUSTRALIANS AT WAR Date6 March – 28 April 2013 Indigenous servicemen and servicewomen enlisted to serve Australia as not only a duty

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KEN KNIGHT: WESTERN DISTRICT PAINTINGS

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Ken Knight (b.1956)GUMS ON DAM EMBANKMENT, WESTERN DISTRICTOil on boardGift of the artist KEN KNIGHT: WESTERN DISTRICT PAINTINGS Date20 March – 5 May 2013 Ken Knight was born in Sydney in 1956. As a contemporary landscapist his paintings have won him international acclaim and success in Britain, Europe and the United States and have earned h

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HISTORIC AUSTRALIAN PRINTS

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after Nicholas Chevalier Russia/England (b. 1828, arr. 1854, d. 1902)WANNON FALLS 1865ChromolithographDonated by Mr Tim Menzel1986.030 HISTORIC AUSTRALIAN PRINTS Date8 July – 24 November 2013 Prints from the colonial period were the most common way of letting a wider world know about the new Australian colony. Consequently major artists such

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