Australian Impressionism

Australian Impressionism is the common term used to describe "The Heidelberg School" of art, which was active during the late 1800s in southeastern Australia near Melbourne. The artworks are not well known yet they rival the quality of their French counterparts, making them a wonderful find for an Impressionist enthusiast.

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