David R. Marshall
Eugene Von Guérard and Daylesford: His Paintings for W.E. Stanbridge
This paper, which arises from research for the catalogue for Ruth Pullin’s Eugene Von Guérard exhibition, currently on display at the NGV, examines Von Guérard’s views of the Daylesford district and their preparatory studies. It explores the interaction between Von Guérard’s training as a topographical artist in Italy and Germany and the picturesque mindset of the colonial public to whom his paintings were addressed. It also looks at the role of W.E. Stanbridge of Wombat Park as patron.
Date: 6:30pm, Monday 2nd May
Venue: Room 150 Elisabeth Murdoch Building, University of Melbourne, Parkville
Drinks and nibbles provided (gold coin donation appreciated). The seminar will be followed by dinner in Lygon St. Please RSVP Mark Shepheard (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you plan to join us for dinner.