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“Since its establishment in 1896 the Gallery has amassed a magnificent collection of 19th and 20th century Australian and European paintings and decorative arts, including 18th and 19th century English porcelain, British art pottery, colonial Australian silver, as well as contemporary Australian paintings, prints, sculpture and ceramics. A particular focus of the collection is early images of the Geelong region.”
Geelong Gallery is a restaurant located at 55 Little Malop St, Geelong VIC 3220, Australia The quality of the service here is excellent. Geelong Gallery has received 642 positive customer evaluations. Geelong Gallery is open from 10:00 until 17:00 It serves a variety of traditional foods as well as some restaurant specialties. Please check the restaurant’s discount code on the www.geelonggallery.org.au on a regular basis.If you are looking for a place to eat with a good experience of food and good service with family and friends, then Geelong Gallery is the best choice for you.
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Was here for the combo 100 years of Archibald & McCubbin late Nov 21. My first visit – gallery is well spaced out with a great layout. Staff are helpful & Covid compliant with vaccine Cert & mask required. Timed entry but once in – you can stay as long as you wish.100 years of Archie’s was a fab wrap-up of a centenary – at the inception until now. Great stories behind every exhibit.McCubbin’s is a limited showcase of his works but has some of his famous artworks like The Pioneers & Bush Idyll. I just wish there were current day references to where the locations are in Blackburn & Box Hill that he has depicted in some of his paintings! It would be a great way to visualise how the landscape has evolved since the late 1800s in suburban Melb. Painters & illustrators were the only historical pictorial recorders back then.Both require a bit of time but up to you. We had a nice lunch break nearby & returned to see McCubbin. Otherwise- it is a bit much too squeeze in…
I visited the Geelong Gallery when the Archie 100 Exhibition was held there. It is located near the town centre with easy access to off street parking. The gallery has a small gift shop/area but no onsite cafe or dining area. Public toilets are located inside the gallery and can only be accessed from the main entrance of the gallery. Overall, it’s an impressive regional gallery with an intimate feel.
OMG, the Archie 100 is fantastic. Every painting is outstanding.Here are some favourites.
This is the first time I have been here. The staff were exceptional, going above and beyond what is required to help people have a great experience. It is a privilege to be able to view the Archie 100. I have already seen some of Frederick McCubbin paintings, to view a variety of his paintings and see the styles of paintings is an honour. His paintings have me reflecting on Australian history, especially First Nations history. The era of his paintings is two generations after colonisation and non-Aboriginal people that are painted, I believe would be the second generation of white Australians. The four paintings are the ones I liked the best. Each one spoke to me personally. The most favourite is the painting by William Bustard. He painted a gentleman named Tippo Powder.William Bustardborn Yorkshire, England 1894, arrived Brisbane 1921, died Brisbane 1973 1 Archibald Prize work 1943Tippo Powder, QueenslandPolice tracker 1943 exhibited as Tippo Powder1943 Archibald Prizeoil on composition board Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, bequest of Dr Robert Graham Brown 1946There are only ten known portraits of Aboriginal Australians in the first three decades of the Archibald Prize; William Bustard’s portrait of Jetimarala man Timothy Tippo’ Powder (1914-72) is one of them.Powder was born at Yatton Station, Queensland and forcibly relocated to Woorabinda Mission as a child. In the 1940s his skills as a buckjumper at country shows and boxer in Rockhampton boxing stadium were celebrated, and he was known for being an excellent accordion player. He was also a successful tracker, whose expertise in solving missing person cases led to two transfers to Victoria Police in the 1930s and late 1950s. A highly developed knowledge and skill refined by Aboriginal people, the ability to track or ‘read’ the landscape led to the establishment of Victoria Police’s own corps of Queensland Aboriginal trackers in the 1880s.Bustard was an exceptional draughtsman, who studied at London’s Slade School. His urban and rural landscape painting brought him wide recognition and influence. In 1921 he emigrated to Australia and quickly established himself as a stained-glass designer, having restored European medieval church windows damaged during the war.This captivating portrait, with its radiant palette and free brushwork, presents 29-year-old Powder at the height of his fame in the boxing ring and as a Rockhampton Police tracker.
Quite a small gallery, still interesting though. Staff were friendly. Plenty of parking nearby (paid)
A light, bright and we’ll appointed gallery. Visited for the 100 years of the Archibald Prize exhibition. Well located, close to Geelong station and CBDShort stroll to seafront promenade
What an amazing place to spend a day! Apart from the amazing art on display, the gallery is surrounded by nice parks and great streets to roam around. Nearby, there’s also a small building (it’s easy to miss). It says that the building was the first telephone exchange in the southern hemisphere! That’s something!Great place for everyone. Doesn’t matter if you are an art lover or not! If you’re taking the train, it’s just a five minute walk from the station.
Geelong Gallery is located at 55 Little Malop St, Geelong VIC 3220, Australia
You can try to dialing this number +61 3 5229 3645 or find more information on their website http://www.geelonggallery.org.au/
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