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Photo Subject : Historical Sites

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Photos marked as were added from 1 March 2017.


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Location
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Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Interior With Wardrobe Mirror" by Grace Cossington Smith (1955).
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Central Australia" by Sidney Nolan, 1950.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Sofala" by Russell Drysdale, 1947.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "The Sower" by James Gleeson, 1944.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Port Goulphar" by Claude Monet, 1887.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "The Chateau d'Antibes" by Claude Monet, 1888.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "After the Bath" by Edgar Degas, c1900.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "The Icknield Way", Spencer Gore (1912).
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "La Chamise Jeune" by Matthew Smith 1925.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Careening" by Tristram Hillier, 1939.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Banks of the Marne" by Paul Cezanne around 1888.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Shopping Day" by Russel Drysdale (1953).
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Three And a Half" by Milton Budge (1994).
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Camping on Walkabout" by Milton Budge (1989).
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Aboriginals in Chains" by Milton Budge (1991).
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Map of the Massacres of Blacks on the Macleay Valley" by Robert Campbell Junior (1991).
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Stop and Think" by H J Wedge in 1993.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "Lan'tjung Story" by Munggurrawuy Yunupingu (1959).
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 Forgery of the Vermeer painting "Girl With A Pearl Earing".
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 "They Give Evidence" (1997) by Dadang Christianto.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 18th century Japanese box.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 Hexagonal fresh water container with glaze by Shiga Shigeo, a Japanese artist who worked in Australia until 1979.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 Ewer with dragon handles from the Tang Dynasty.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 The Moon Vase from the Qing Dynasty.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 Circular tile with two women and a child from the Qing Dynasty.
Australia
Sydney
New South Wales Art Gallery
 Porcelain model of Shou Xing, deity of long life, 1700s Qing Dynasty.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 Bark paintings by Dawidi II (Galwanuk people), Petrer Mondjingu III (Daygurrgurr), Gimindjo (Manitalpuy), Mick Kubarrku (Kulmaru) and David Daymirrngu (Manharmgu) from the late 1960s to 1970s.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 Bark painting called "Lumaluma Ghost" from the 1970s.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 The museum features art from all Australians including indigenous artists.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 Bark painting called "Nawarramulmul" (Shooting Star Spirit) by John Mawurndjul.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Dismay, Displace, Disperse, Dispirit, Display, Dismiss" by Gordon Bennett, 1989.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "We Call Them Pirates Out Here" is a reworking of a colonial narrative by Daniel Boyd from 2006.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "You Are on Aboriginal Land" by Marie McMahon, 1984.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Djambarrputngu Mortuary Rites" (1975) by Fred Ngannganharrilil of the Djambarrputngu people.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "With Women Taking Part", a bark painting from 1970 by Bardayal Najamerrek of the Kundedjnjenghmi people.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 A bamagora (traditional conical pandanous palm mat) made in 1987 by Minnie Manarrdjala of the Maningrida people.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 Collecting bags made by Maningrida women.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 A bamagora (traditional conical pandanous palm mat) made in 1987 by Mary Walatjara of the Maningrida people.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 Fish trap made from pandanous palm by Lorna Jin-gubarrangunyja of the Burarra people.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Mandang Ikamba" by Sean Cordeiro (2012).
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Ikambala" by Sean Cordeiro (2012).
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Tusk" by Peter Graham, a 2004 oil on Belgian linen.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 Detail of "Tusk" by Peter Graham.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Mildly Psychotic Free-world Face" by Ken Whisson (2005).
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Yellow Room" by Ken Whisson (1962).
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "The Palm Wine Drunkard" by Ken Whisson (2004).
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Mother Dog and New Pups" by Dion Bleasley, 2008.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Animals from Overseas" by Dion Bleasley, 2011.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Self Portrait as a Narcotic" by Jenny Watson (1989).
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Surrender" by Rob McHaffie, 2009.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 "Country Suburban" by Ken Whisson in 2011.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 A selection of paintings by Ken Whisson who was born in 1927 occupies an entire wing of the museum.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 Porcelain bust by Chinese born, Ah Xian.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 Unititled piece by Stephen Birch.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 The Pioneer message as an IKEA package.
Australia
Sydney
Museum of Contemporary Art
 A dismantled and packed TARDIS by Claire Healy.
Australia
Sydney
Botany Bay
 Bare Island was once a fort.
Australia
Brisbane
St Stephan's Cathedral
 The original wooden building.
Australia
Brisbane
Queensland Museum
 Carved wooden fish and turtle from Eastern Tores Straight (1854).
Australia
Brisbane
Queensland Museum
 A bamboo tobacco pipe from 1913 (Mer Islands).
Australia
Brisbane
Queensland Museum
 Painted turtle shell.
Australia
Brisbane
Queensland Museum
 Trilobite from Kangaroo Island.
Australia
Fraser Island
 Former loggers' hut in Cedntral Station.
Australia
Fraser Island
 The Maheno shipwreck on 75 Mile Beach.
Australia
Fraser Island
 The Maheno was shipwrecked in 1935.
Australia
Fraser Island
 The Maheno was built in 1905 as a crusie ship.
Australia
Mackay
Artspace
 "Jackie and Kerryn" by Jenny Sages in 2001.
Australia
Mackay
Artspace
 "Greg Weight Making a Portrait of Tom Bass" by Jenny Sages in 1997.
Australia
Mackay
Artspace
 "Seeing the Lights Anthony Hopkins, Artist" by Jenny Sages in 2004.
Australia
Mackay
Artspace
 A selection of drawings by Jenny Sages based on family photographs.
Australia
Mackay
Artspace
 Knitted cakes.
Australia
Mackay
Artspace
 Self portrait by Kate Tolo, a high school student.
Australia
Mackay
Artspace
 Carving of ibis by Kevin McNamara in 2010.
Australia
Mackay
Artspace
 Carving of small bird by Kevin McNamara in 2010.
Australia
Mackay
Artspace
 "Wedgetailed Green Pigeon" drawn by Elizabeth Gould in 1832.
Australia
Cairns
Tjapukai Cultural Centre
 Tjapukai art at the cultural centre.
Australia
Cairns
Tjapukai Cultural Centre
 A collection of yirdaki (known in the English speaking world as didgeridoos).
Australia
Cairns
Tjapukai Cultural Centre
 Fire stick.
Australia
Kuranda
 The 120 year old Kuranda Scenic Railway.
Australia
Kuranda
 The pretty Kuranda railway station.
Australia
Alice Springs
Flying Doctor Museum
 The Pilatus PC12 aircraft used by the Flying Doctors.
Australia
Alice Springs
Flying Doctor Museum
 The controls of the Pilatus PC12 aircraft.
Australia
Alice Springs
Flying Doctor Museum
 The Flying Doctos control centre from the 1930s.
Australia
Alice Springs
Flying Doctor Museum
 Radio set used between doctors and isolated communities.
Australia
Alice Springs
Flying Doctor Museum
 Medical chest from the 1930s.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Yeperenye is a metal sculpture of the ancient caterpillars that shaped the land.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Ntaripe (Heavitree Gap) by Mervyn Rununtja (a local Arrernte artist) on the inside of the Yeperenye sculpture.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Women Baby Dreaming by Kaye Willis (Yeperenye sculpture).
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Painting by Martin Tjampitjinpa. Part of an exhibition of local artists at the Art Centre.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Detail of painting by Willy Tjungurrayi depicting Kaakuratintja (Lake MacDonald). Indigenous paintings tell stories using symbolic language.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Painting by Martin Tjampitjinpa about the claypan site of Ngurrapulangu. Some of the symbols used are understood over a large area.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Painting by Patrick Tjungurrayi about a series of shallow rock water holes at Kiwirrkura.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Detail of painting by Tim Leura Tjapaltjarri showing two men (the U shapes) at the ceremonial site of Pulapa.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Part of a 1986 painting by Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri depicting the dream of a worm.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Detail of painting by Anatjari Tjampitjinpa (1989) about a hill site called Pulimaru.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Designs associated with the lake at Ninangka by George Ward Tjungurrayi.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Painting telling the story of a pilgrimage by a group of Tingari people by John John Bennet Tjapangati.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Painting by Ningura Napurrula depicting the rockhole site at Wirrulnga.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Iron-nickel meteorite in the Museum of Central Australia.
Australia
Alice Springs
Araluen Cultural Precinct
 Stone meteorite.

All travel photographs © 1973 - 2017 KryssTal

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