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Mt. Tamborine, Lorikeets. Artist: George Pascalis. Oil on canvas, landscape. 1020 mm x 706 mm. (2016)

This painting takes its inspiration from the Australian Heidelberg school of Australian art.

The Heidelberg School was an Australian art movement of the late 19th century. Thomas William "Tom" Roberts was an Australian artist and a key member of that movement. The Heidelberg School was later described as Australian Impressionism. The term was first coined in July 1891 by Melbourne art critic Sidney Dickinson, reviewing the works of Arthur Streeton and Walter Withers.

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Oil on canvas

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