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Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

The Art Gallery of New South Wales in The Domain houses one of Australia's best collections of national, European and Asian art.

The Art Gallery of New South Wales in The Domain houses one of Australia's best collections of national, European and Asian art. The collection of Australian art dates from the early 1800s, with iconic works such as John Glover's 'Natives on the Ouse River', Russell Drysdale's 'Sunday Evening', James Gleeson's 'The Arrival of Implacable Gifts', Sidney Nolan's self portrait, and Margaret Preston's 'Implement Blue'. The Yiribana Gallery inside the Art Gallery of New South Walws has works by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island artists.

European works include pre-1900 works such as Francois Boucher's 'A Young Lady Holding a Pug', Canaletto's 'The Piazza San Marco', Van Gogh's 'Head of a Peasant', Paul Cezanne's 'Banks of the Marne', Eugene Delacroix's 'Angelica and the wounded Medoro', Prospero Fontana's 'Deposition', and Peter Paul Reubens' 'Constantius Appoints Constantine as his Successor', as well as Modern paintings such as Georges Braque's 'Landscape with House' and Pablo Picasso's 'Nude in a Rocking Chair'.


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About Art Gallery of New South Wales

 Art Gallery Rd, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

 +61 2 9225 1700

 www.artgallery.nsw.gov.au

Art Gallery of New South Wales and Nearby Sights on Map

Gledswood Homestead and Winery

The Gledswood Homestead and Winery is a historic estate in Camden Valley that was founded circa 1810 by Count Gabriel de Kerillau who fled the French Revolution on the 'Surprise' and joined the New South Wales Corps as a private soldier

Calmsley Hill City Farm

40 kilometres to the west of Sydney's dazzling metropolitan heart is a different world with a rustic idyllic charm

Oatley Park

Wet'n'Wild Sydney

Wet'n'Wild Sydney is a water park with thrilling water slides and the largest wave pool in Australia known as The Beach

Featherdale Wildlife Park

Spread over 7 acres in Doonside, the Featherdale Wildlife Park showcases the entire spectrum of Australian native wildlife including birds, reptiles and marsupials, some of which belong to endangered or vulnerable species

Botany Bay

Botany Bay along the southern suburbs of Sydney is known for Port Botany which is greater metropolitan Sydney's main cargo seaport, and the Kamay Botany Bay National Park which is recognized for its indigenous flora

Silver Beach

Elizabeth Farm

Built in 1793 as the family home of wool pioneer John Macarthur and his wife Elizabeth, Elizabeth Farm is considered to be Australia's oldest extant colonial building

Captain Cook's Landing Place

Botany Bay's Inscription Point where Captain Cook and his crew on the HMS Endeavour first landed in 1770 is a heritage-listed site

Urban Jungle Adventure Park

Located in the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre, the Urban Jungle Adventure Park features a variety of thrilling aerial activities involving high ropes harnessed to trees and other structures at 2 to 6 metres above the ground