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Paris to Monaro

Pleasures from the studio of Hilda Rix Nicholas

After successfully exploring the art scenes of London, France and Morocco, Hilda Rix Nicholas settled at Knockalong, a property near Delegate, on the Monaro plain in the 1920s.

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Mrs George Matson Nicholas, c. 1917 by Hilda Rix Nicholas
Mrs George Matson Nicholas, c. 1917 by Hilda Rix Nicholas
Mrs George Matson Nicholas, c. 1917 by Hilda Rix Nicholas
Mrs George Matson Nicholas, c. 1917 by Hilda Rix Nicholas

Paris to Monaro

Learning resources

Structured around the biography of artist Hilda Rix Nicholas, this is a companion to our 2013 exhibition Paris to Monaro. For secondary students.

Self portrait
Self portrait
Self portrait
Self portrait

Give me five

Magazine article by Karen Quinlan AM, 2021

National Portrait Gallery director Karen Quinlan AM nominates her quintet of favourites from the collection, with early twentieth-century ‘selfies’ filling the roster.

Tea time, c.1898–1902 by Rupert Bunny (1864–1947)
Tea time, c.1898–1902 by Rupert Bunny (1864–1947)
Tea time, c.1898–1902 by Rupert Bunny (1864–1947)
Tea time, c.1898–1902 by Rupert Bunny (1864–1947)

Impressions

Painting light and life

Previous exhibition, 2011

Impressions: Painting light and life presents portraits by, and of, artists at the heart of Australian impressionism including Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton and Frederick McCubbin.

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