At times it felt like I’d never do it, but I’ve finished the work for Part 2. Time for a review.
First some general comments: 708 more words
Elizabeth Bay House, built between 1835 and 1839 for Alexander Macleay and his family, was intended to be ‘the finest house in the colony’. Macleay arrived in Sydney in 1826 as Colonial Secretary of New South Wales, after the Governor the most important official position in the colony. 1,637 more words
The course notes request a painting by Seurat, van Gogh or Gauguin. The Art Gallery of NSW has an early van Gogh, so I have selected that for my focus. 1,680 more words
The focus of this research point is Seurat’s painting techniques and any link they have to his working-class subject matter.
Seurat’s techniques were based on emerging science of the time, proceeding in a very logical and disciplined way. 1,882 more words