Australian Impressionist Artists in France WEA Sydney

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Australian Impressionist Artists in France

<p>From the 1880s, Australian artists joined the many who flocked to the art world of Paris including E. Phillips Fox, John Longstaff, John Russell and G.W. Lambert. Friendships were formed with local

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$43 Limited inc GST

Australian Impressionist Artists in France

<p>From the 1880s, Australian artists joined the many who flocked to the art world of Paris including E. Phillips Fox, John Longstaff, John Russell and G.W. Lambert. Friendships were formed with local

...

From the 1880s, Australian artists joined the many who flocked to the art world of Paris including E. Phillips Fox, John Longstaff, John Russell and G.W. Lambert. Friendships were formed with local painters such as Claude Monet, and Vincent van Gogh. In the early 1900s, women artists such as Margaret Preston and Hilda Rix Nicholas were working also in Paris and travelling to artist colonies on the French coast. Some ventured to northern Africa to catch the stronger light in their art. How did these artists bring back their experiences to Australia and influence our own iconic images?

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  • Which artists went to Paris - both male and female
  • Who painted with who – connections and friendships to Monet, Van Gogh and others
  • Not just Paris – travels within France and to North Africa
  • How did this influence Australian Impressionism & our loved Golden Summers images
  • Charles Conder – Iconic Australia imagemaker or European?