Australian Eye, The: Four Colonial Painters 1832-1887


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1984, 40 Minutes

This Australian Eye episode examines the work of a group of artists, known as colonial painters, during the period 1832-1887. 

The following paintings are examined: ’Launceston and the River Tamar’ (c.1832) by John Glover; ‘The Conciliation’ (1840) by Benjamin Duterrau; ‘Mount William From Mount Dryden’ (1857) by Eugen von Guerard and ‘Lake St Clair’ (1887) by William Charles Piguenit.

© 2011 National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.


Director: David Muir

Year: 1984

Running Time: 40 Minutes

Classification: Exempt from classification

Curriculum Links: Art Education; Art History and Curatorial Studies; Art Theory; SOSE/HSIE - 'Exploring Australia's National Identity'; Visual Arts.


Australian Eye, The


SKU 198433101
Brand Film Australia

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