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One of the most important Australian Impressionist painters, Arthur Streeton was admired for his ability to capture the unique character of the Australian landscape. He was a precocious 23-year-old and on his first visit to Sydney when he painted this vivid scene of a windy day on clifftops along the coast at Coogee.
On long-term loan from a private collection, this painting is the first by an Australian artist to have featured in the collection, and has never before been seen in the UK.
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