Classified a Symbolist, his style was uniquely visionary. Here are some of the masterpieces of Symbolism, which still inspire today.
His oils and pastels were rich in colour, full of flowers and light, and radical visions even by today’s standards.
A unique opportunity to see the works of four of Australia’s most important painters, and to broaden understanding of Impressionism.
His early career, drawing extraordinary ‘noirs’ in charcoal, making lithographs, and starting to paint in oils.
Was John Ruskin a promoter or detractor? How great was his influence on the style, practice, and success?
Were Pre-Raphaelite landscape paintings just a brief and unimportant, passing phase, or did they have significant influence?
He said he’d rather go to Europe than go to Heaven. Let’s hope that he managed both. Paintings and articles about him listed.