Lionel’s Place showcases more than 140 artworks created by Lionel Lindsay, an artist who honed his skills in etching and wood engraving so finely that by 1927 he was hailed as the most internationally successful Australian printmaker of all time. This exhibition showcases the artist’s etchings, wood engravings and watercolours, works on paper rich in visual texture, and depicting scenes from abroad and closer to home, exotic and domestic animals and birds, and the lushness of gardens, floral abundance and portraiture. Lionel’s Place is a Maitland Regional Art Gallery Touring Exhibition.
Free entry, no booking required.
Image: Lionel Lindsay The Arbour, 1938, wood engraving, printed in black ink on paper, 22.4 x 22.3cm, donated to the Maitland Regional Art Gallery Collection under the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program by Max and Nola Tegel in 2016. © the Estate of Lionel Lindsay. By permission of the National Library of Australia