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Photo: Viki Petherbridge
Hugh Ramsay, Seated Girl, c. 1894–98, oil on canvas on board. The University of Melbourne Art Collection. Gift of Melbourne High School to Melbourne Teachers College 1965.
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Since the University of Melbourne’s inception in 1853, thousands of rare and invaluable pieces have been acquired by the university. The University of Melbourne Art Collection has been shaped over more than 150 years by the many individuals who have donated, acquired, and commissioned artworks. The collection comprises fascinating items of diverse cultural significance.
This exhibition is part two of a display that incorporates the rotation of focus artworks and key series. It profiles several of the university’s collection strengths and includes artworks from the Gerard Herbst Poster Collection, the Rupert Bunny Collection, a group of Japanese ukiyo-e prints, and major early twentieth century paintings by the Australian artists Hugh Ramsay and George Bell.
Due to an exhibition installation the Sister Corita film works; 'Alleluia: The Life and Art of Corita Kent: The ‘60s 1967' by Thomas Conrad and 'Mary’s Day 1965 1965' by Baylis Glascock are no longer showing. We apologise for any inconvenience.
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