Arthur Boyd: Portrait of a Friendship

Opening 4pm, Sunday 15th February with a floor talk by Harriet Elvin, CEO of Cultural Facilities Corporation.

Manning Clark House Gallery presents an exhibition of paintings by Arthur Boyd, from the period of his long friendship with historian Manning Clark. These intimate works, figurative and set against the Australian bush, include two portraits of Manning Clark as well as a series of artistic nudes. This unique exhibition takes place in the original home of Manning and Dymphna Clark– the lounge room where Arthur and Manning discussed art, culture and other issues of the day over a pot of tea. Most of these works are on loan from the Bundanon Trust collection.

Reserve your place by emailing info@manningclark.org.au

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