The National Gallery of Victoria is Australia's oldest and most visited art museum, with a collection of over 70,000 works of art spread over 2 locations - NGV Australia at the Ian Potter Centre in Federation Square houses the Australian art collection, and the Grounds' building on St. Kilda Road to the south of the Yarra River houses the international collection. NGV Australia showcases the whole spectrum of over 20,000 works of Australian art from Aboriginal art and artefacts and Australian colonial art through Australian Impressionist art to 20th century, Modern and Contemporary art. NGV International showcases collections of European, Asian, Oceanic, American and indigenous Pacific cultures' art, including historic treasures from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome and the pre-Columbian period. There are paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, textiles, photography and furniture on display.
National Gallery of Victoria and Nearby Attractions on Map
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