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NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA

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The National Gallery of Australia is Australia’s leading national visual arts institution. First opened in 1982, it holds the nation’s largest and most valuable art collection. Over nearly half a century of collecting, the Gallery has achieved extraordinary outcomes in acquiring and displaying Australian and international art. The collection comprises almost 160,000 works of art, including the world’s largest collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and Australia’s pre-eminent collection of modern international art. The National Gallery of Australia is Australia’s leading national visual arts institution. First opened in 1982, it holds the nation’s largest and most valuable art collection. Over nearly half a cent ...

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Collection

The Dance, c.1921 (oil on canvas)
The Fountain of Venus, c.1921 (oil on canvas)
The Green Parasol, 1912 (oil on canvas)
The Matterhorn from Zermatt Valley, 1861 (oil on canvas)
Gouty stem tree, Adansonia Gregorii, 58 feet circumference, near a creek south-east of Stokes Range, Victoria River, 1868 (oil on canvas)
Gray Day in Spring, Venice, 1884 (oil on wood panel)
Ricketts Point, Beaumarais, 1890 (oil on wood panel)
Les Baigneuses, 1928 (oil on canvas)
The Diplomats, 1939 (oil on canvas)
Eltham, 1919 (oil on academy board)
Golden Summer, Eaglemont, 1889 (oil on canvas)
Mount Arapiles and the Mitre Rock, 1863 (oil on canvas)