Treasures of Australian Art 1880's to 1940's The Howard Hinton Collection - Art Collector

Esther Paterson The Yellow Gloves 1938, oil on board. Gift of Howard Hinton 1939, New England Regional Art Museum. Courtesy: the artist and Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre

Treasures of Australian Art 1890s to 1940s is a new exhibition displaying the work of some of Australia’s most important artists including Norman Lindsay, Arthur Streeton, Hans Heysen, Rupert Bunny, Lloyd Rees, George W Lambert, Tom Roberts, Elioth Gruner, Charles Condor, Margaret Preston, Sydney Long and Roy De Maistre. The works are from the Howard Hinton Collection, the only collection of its kind in sheer breadth of its coverage of Australian art from the 1880s to the 1940s in regional Australia. Howard Hinton (1867-1948) was a generous and mysterious art collector and benefactor who was passionate about art.

Exhibition opens: 6pm, 12 August 2016
Exhibition closes: 9 October 2016
Location: Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, 782 Kingsway, Gymea, NSW, 2227
Contact: 02 8536 5700

About the Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre
Set amid landscaped gardens, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre has been specifically designed to appeal to the whole community. The combination of a major public gallery with a comprehensive arts centre, cafe, theatrette and community gallery makes a unique creative resource for everyone.

The Regional Gallery presents an exciting and varied exhibition program annually. Drawn from major state, national and international collections, up to three exhibitions are presented at any one time.

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