British art historian Sir Kenneth Clark presents a speech in honour of Sidney Nolan at his Retrospective exhibition opening at the Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, 1973.
Sidney Nolan speaks in detail about the paintings from his famous Ned Kelly series (1946–1947) on show at his Retrospective at The Royal Dublin Society, Dublin in 1973.
This short film narrated by David Gulpilil documents the production of a bark painting by the highly acclaimed artist Djiwul (Jack) Wunuwun in his homeland community of Gamedi near Maningrida in Ar
A brush pushes dots against an all black canvas. Trevor Nickolls tells us about the influences that shape his work.
This clip from Aboriginal Video Magazine (1986) shows two renowned Western Desert artists, George Bush Tjangala and Don Tjungurrayi.
Ngemba artist Jeffrey Samuels is an illustrator, designer, mixed-media artist and printmaker. Samuels is a founding member of the Boomalli Aboriginal Artists Co-operative.
Australian artist Brett Whiteley says that he was born with a 'powerful gift’. Whiteley points out that many 'gifted people shipwreck’.
Australian comedian Barry Humphries recites an ode to painter Arthur Boyd at the opening of a Boyd retrospective exhibition. Humphries mentions Arthur Streeton, Tom Roberts, Hans Heysen, Elioth Gru
Australian painter Arthur Boyd painted his 'Half-Caste Bride’ series in the 1950s, drawing international attention to his work.
Jeffrey Smart corresponds with fellow artist Margaret Olley about painting her for the Archibald Prize.