Tag: 1917

Ned Kelly, 1946 (enamel on composition board) by Sidney Nolan,  National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
Art, Culture, History, What's On

Alternative Histories: Sidney Nolan’s Ned Kelly Series

 Sir Sidney Nolan’s Ned Kelly paintings have formed some of the most recognisable imagery in Australia. The stylised figurative descriptions of Australia’s most notorious bushranger set in a sunburnt outback elicit memories of Australia’s recent British history. Painted mostly between 1946 and 1947, the works were made during a period […]

Russian photographic postcard depicting the removal of the statue of Tsar Alexander III in Petrograd (Saint Petersburg) during the February Revolution, 1917, Russian Photographer (20th century) / Private Collection / Photo © Tobie Mathew Collection / Bridgeman Images
Culture, History

The Russian Revolutions of 1917

  In 2017, the world will mark the hundredth anniversary of the Russian Revolutions, a dramatic series of political occurrences with consequences that are still being felt today. Tobie Mathew discusses his own collection of pictures related to these events, which are listed exclusively with Bridgeman Images.   There is […]