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Update from the Gallery regarding COVID-19

The Art Gallery of New South Wales is open. We are observing strict physical distancing and hygiene measures to protect the health of visitors and staff and minimise the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Read the latest visit information, including hours

  • Inside Sidney Nolan's last studio

    Sidney Nolan is one of Australia's most celebrated artists. His last studio, in the Welsh Marches on the border of Wales and England, is preserved for researchers and visitors, and still runs as an organic farm.

    2 years, 10 months ago, by Paula Dredge

  • Webber work reveals its secrets

    For many years, we've been unable to exhibit the Gallery's only painting by an artist of Captain James Cook's last voyage to the Pacific due to the poor condition of both the painting and the frame. A recent conservation project has not only returned the work to display, but also revealed some secrets.

    3 years, 3 months ago, by Paula Dredge

  • Saving a Streeton

    One of Australia’s best known and most influential landscape painters, Arthur Streeton was an official war artist during World War I. An important work from his service recording the battlefields of Europe is in urgent need of conservation treatment.

    5 years, 5 months ago, by Paula Dredge

Paula Dredge
Head of paintings conservation