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Pejac - Street Art

Pejac - Street Art sottrattiva

Pejac - Street Art. La rivoluzione minimalista: la street art sottrattiva di Pejac. Riesce a creare lavori unici e dal tratto riconoscibile. Dotato di una grande immaginazione crea personaggi e paesaggi dallo stile inconfondibile e pulito.

1949 Australian Stamp - Arms of the Commonwealth of Australia by alexjacque on Flickr.

this is life

1949 Australian Stamp - Arms of the Commonwealth of Australia by alexjacque on Flickr.

Ploughing George Street towards Roma Street, 1890s: Chamberlain and Wyllie tendered to put down wooden blocking for the length of Queen Street and George Street from Queen to Roma Streets. The contract was too big for them and George Charles Willcocks took over. Two plough teams were used each operating 12 powerful horses. Four drivers were required and three men to hold and guide the plough

Never before seen photographs of 'Lost Brisbane' over past 150 years

Published in a new book, titled Lost Brisbane and surrounding areas 1860-1960, the captivating scenes of never-before-seen photographs of Brisbane uncovers the forgotten moments in time.

Another portrait of Vincent Van Gogh in Paris by his friend the Australian painter John Peter Russell. Imagine him as your room mate.

Vincent Van Gogh's two breakthrough years in Paris with Theo | Paris Provence Van Gogh

For lovers of Vincent Van Gogh, his important two years in Paris from 1886 to 1888 are a frustrating time, mainly because he was living with his brother Theo, which of course meant that he wasn’t writing the famous “Dear Theo” letters. Van Gogh scholars are spoiled because so much of his correspondence was kept …

John Peter Russell (1858-1930), Coucher de Soleil sur Morestil. Inscribed ‘100/80 coucher Soleil sur MORESTIL / 38’ on the stretcher oil on hessian. 31 ¾ x 39 1/2 in.

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Influenced and tutored by Claude Monet, John Peter Russell’s dramatic seascapes from the clifftops of Belle-Ile capture nature in its purest hues

John Russell, Australia's French impressionist works currently on display at the Art Gallery of NSW in Sydney

Do You Know John Russell, Australia's French Impressionist?

His works from Musée d’Orsay and around Australia have landed.

John Peter Russell (1858-1930)

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John Peter Russell (1858-1930) Clos Marion, Belle-Île, with surging seas bodycolour on paper 14½ x 18 1/8in. (36.8 x 46.1cm.) Painted circa 1898

Hamilton Heights from the Brisbane River, November 1950

Never before seen photographs of 'Lost Brisbane' over past 150 years

Published in a new book, titled Lost Brisbane and surrounding areas 1860-1960, the captivating scenes of never-before-seen photographs of Brisbane uncovers the forgotten moments in time.

Brisbane, Qld. 18 December 1941. Building a brick screen to protect a building. With the outbreak of the war in the Pacific the work of air raid precautions was accelerated in all States. In the cities plate glass was removed, display windows were boarded up and doorways and windows protected by brick screens or sandbags.

Brisbane, Qld. 18 December 1941. Building a brick screen to protect a building. With the outbreak ...

John Russell, an Australian impressionist in France – in pictures

Sydney-born artist John Russell spent 40 years in Europe, where he cultivated friendships with late 19th-century luminaries Claude Monet, Auguste Rodin, Henri Matisse, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec and Vincent van Gogh