‪Whitehorse Artspace Gallery‬

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Jeffry b
‪Essendon‬, أستراليا10,455 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2020
‪It is rare when you can point to a time and a group who changed the world of art. Between 1885 and 1888, a group of young artists would camp and paint in the bush near Box Hill, perfecting an innovative school of art called "Impressionism." This changed Australian art. The names will be familiar to art lovers -- McCubbin, Streeton, Roberts, and Conder, among others. It was probably the last school of art that was genuinely beautifiul. You can see these early works in the Whitehorse Artspace Gallery, part of the Box Hill Town Hall.‬
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jeffryb
‪Keysborough‬, أستراليا371 مساهمة
سبتمبر 2020
‪From 1885 to 1888, a group of young artists would gather near Box Hill and camp out in the bush, painting in a new style, which came to be called Impressionism. The painted outddoors, " in plein air," as the French called it. It was called Impressionism, because they sought to capture the first impression of the light striking the object. Among the painters were Charles Condor, Tom Roberts, Frederick McCubbin and Arthur Streeton. It was a prelude to the Heidelburg School. You can see these early paintings at the Artspace Gallery, then follow the Whitehorse Aritsts' Trail, where they camped and painted, to Blackburn Lake.‬
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Jeffry b
‪Essendon‬, أستراليا10,455 مساهمة
أغسطس 2020
‪Long before Box Hill was a suburb covered in brick veneer residences and Asian take- aways, it was a retreat from the city for Australia's first Impressionist painters. From 1885 to 1888, young artists would flee the city on weekends and paint 'en plein air' -- in the open air. Artists were doing similar things in France -- they were called 'Imppressionists', because they wanted to capture the first impression of light on their subject matter. Young artists who later became prominent painters included Charles Condor, Tom Roberts, Frederick McCubbin and Arthur Streeton. Starting off at the Artspace Gallery is a good starting point to follow in the footsteps of these pioneering artists; you can then follow the Box Hill Impreesionist Trail to Blackburn Lake‬
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