The Heidelberg School aka Australian Impressionism

Arguably the most important movement to date in the history of Australian art due to the depiction of the Australian landscape as it was seen by contemporary eyes and not by the eyes of European artists.

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The Heidelberg School encompasses art in Australia, originating in Heidelberg, Victoria, in the 19th Century and going into the 20th Century. It can be summed up as Australian Impressionism.

Key artists of this school include Arthur Streeton, Walter Withers, Tom RobertsCharles Conder, Frederick McCubbin