Colonial perspectives in the history of Tasmanian art
Significant oil paintings and exquisite fine drawings from John Glover, alongside other artworks depicting aspects of the life and landscape of colonial Tasmania from the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery collection.
Visit the Tea Room cafe for light refreshments or lunch, and explore the wide range of stationery, handcrafted jewelry, gifts and children's merchandise relating to the arts, within the Art Gallery Shop at Royal Park.
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Open from 10am to 4pm daily (Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day)
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John Glover, The last muster of the Aborigines at Risdon, 1836
Oil on Canvas
Presented By the Collection of Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery
Donated by Mrs T Baker, about 1905