Exhibition | this breath of the bush: Will Ogilvie in the Lindsay Collection 150 Years On
|From:||Monday 21 October 2019|
|To:||Sunday 20 October 2019|
|Time:||12:00am - Monday 21 October 2019|
|Location:||Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, 531 Ruthven Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350 Australia|
FREE ADMISSION | GALLERY OPEN: Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 4pm | Sunday 1pm to 4pm | Closed Mondays & public holidays
Bush poet Will Ogilvie (1869-1963) was greatly admired by W.R.F. (Bill) Bolton, the founder of the Lionel Lindsay Gallery and Library Collection. Bolton collected many of Ogilvie’s publications and corresponded with the poet whilst he was establishing the Lindsay Collection.
This exhibition commemorates both the 150th anniversary of Ogilvie’s birth and the 60th anniversary of the Lindsay Collection.
Its centrepiece is an oil painting that Bolton commissioned from an artist prominent in the 1950s, Ivor Hele: “And they cheered him out to the Westward in the last of the falling light” (1961), based on Ogilvie’s “How the Fire Queen crossed the swamp” (1896). Other displays are by Robert Johnson, George Lambert and Lionel Lindsay.
Exhibition on display : 27 July - 20 October 2019.
Image: Ivor HELE 1912-1993 / “And they cheered him out to the Westward in the last of the falling light” [How the Fire Queen crossed the swamp] 1961 / oil on canvas / 74.5 x 116.0 cm / Lionel Lindsay Gallery and Library Collection 010 / Reproduced by kind permission.
531 Ruthven Street
|Entry charges - Adult||Free|
|Entry charges - Child||Free|
|Entry charges - Concession||Free|
|Entry charges - Family||Free|
|Entry charges - Group||Free|
|Entry charges - Student||Free|
|Contact phone||(07) 4688 6652|
|Contact organisation||Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery|
|Is food and drink available?||No|
|Are toilets available?||Yes|
|Is there disabled access?||Yes|