This view is of the forest at Brandy and Water Creek, with Mount Kembla in the left-hand corner.
Marshall Claxton had enjoyed reasonable success as an artist in England before leaving for Australia in 1850.
In 1897, the Commercial Banking Company of Sydney commissioned Tom Roberts, one of Australia's leading artists, to pa
Although many will not have heard of this man, the city of Sydney is named after him.
Cityscapes, seascapes, studies of Sydney Harbour and interiors
George Peacock often sold sets of small paintings to clients — generally of harbour views.
Born in 1871, Sydney Long studied under Julian Ashton at the Art Society of NSW School and later became a teacher at
This painting provides a panoramic view of the harbour from above Lavender Bay on the North Shore, with Sydney Cove a