An overview of the way artists have interpreted landscape over a 170 year period from the colonial period through to the 21st century. All works have been selected from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery collection.
7 April – 23 September 2012
Regarding Landscape is an overview of the way in which artists have interpreted the landscape. The exhibition presents an opportunity to view landscape paintings by colonial artists, 20th century artists and contemporary artists in the one gallery.
The works have been selected from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery collection to form a distinctive selection of Australian landscape painting over a 170-year period.
The exhibition includes paintings by colonial artists including John Glover, Knut Bull and WC Piguenit, alongside 20th Century artists Loyd Rees, Arthur Boyd and Edith Holmes, and contemporary works by Stephen Lees, David Keeling and Philip Wolfhagen.