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Art Appreciation

Acquaint yourself with some of civilisation's most significant artists and art movements. Guided by our qualified and friendly tutors, discover art and its history and the beauty that lies within art.


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$72 Limited inc GST

The Art and Identity of Palestinian Clothing - From the Bronze Age Until Now

<p>Explore the traditional clothing of Palestine and how the cut of its robes and the ornament of its embroidery express the history of a region from at least the Late Bronze Age until now. The

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$43 Limited inc GST

The Many Faces of Margaret Olley - Artist, Sitter & Patron

<p>Margaret Olley, born in 1923 was a well -recognised Australian artist, holding over 90 solo exhibitions in her lifetime. She was the subject of William Dobell’s Archibald winning portrait in 1948

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$209 Limited inc GST / $188

The Baroque Painting of Naples and Southern Italy

<p>Caravaggio’s five years in Southern Italy, were critical to the artistic trajectory of the region during the seventeenth century baroque period. Meet artists such as Caracciolo, who drew upon both

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$43 Limited inc GST

Hans Holbein & Albrecht Dürer - Why are they so celebrated?

<p>Born more than 500 years ago, Hans Holbein and Albrecht Dürer remain familiar names. Holbein as the artist responsible for our many images of Henry VIII and his English Court. Albrecht Dürer for

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$0 Limited

An Introduction to Art History in 3 Objects

<p>What can a drawing, a painting and a print, from the past, tell us about the nature of art? We compare them as stand-alone art pieces and collectively to tell the story of art in context of time

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$43 Limited inc GST

M.C. Escher - Master of the Visual Illusion

<p>Maurits Cornelis Escher, known as M.C. Escher was a Dutch graphic artist whose work was often inspired by mathematics. His fish became birds, water flowed up not down and hands drew each other. His

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