McCubbin’s Last Impressions at the National Gallery

johnboy 13 August 2009 2

While we wait for the European masters at the end of the year the National Gallery is offering us Australia’s greatest impressionist, Frederick McCubbin, and his work between 1907 and 1917.

From the blurb:

    Discover McCubbin’s free and expressive style, and the varying effects of light conveyed through striking colour in landscapes, seascapes, cityscapes, portraits and interiors.

Not a bad way to spend a Sunday morning.

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2 Responses to McCubbin’s Last Impressions at the National Gallery
SheepGroper SheepGroper 5:05 pm 14 Aug 09

If that’s what I saw on the ABC news this week, then it’s cityscapes, when he lived in Melbourne and painted the city and surrounds. The only fauna would be road kill.

LlamaFrog LlamaFrog 2:23 pm 14 Aug 09

blah, australiana if I want to see drop dead boring flora and fauna I would go outside.

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