Australian & Aboriginal Art

From Dreamtime to Masterpieces, let’s embark on a journey through Australian & Aboriginal Artistry.

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  • Choosing a Visual Arts Bachelor Degree in Australia

    Pursuing a Visual Arts Degree in Australia is an exciting time I remember all too well! However, navigating the rather diverse landscape of artistic education can be overwhelming as well as thrilling, which is why we’ve put together this guide to help you choose the right Visual Arts degree for you! This guide is crafted…

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  • Charles Conder (1868 – 1909)

    Having been referred to as “the last bohemian”, the unconventional life of the gifted artist, Charles Conder has made him one of the most intriguing artists of the late 19th century. Leaving a lasting impression on the Australian and international art world he is considered to have played a large role in establishing the great…

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  • Grace Cossington Smith (1892 – 1984)

    As a chief instigator of the Australian modernist movement Grace Cossington Smith is believed to be one of Australia’s most significant artists. Portraying scenes from both the public and private spheres of everyday life she used her bold artistic skills and spiritual outlook to illustrate contemporary Sydney living creating some of the most iconic images…

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  • Arthur Boyd (1920 – 1999)

    Born into Australia’s foremost art dynasty, Arthur Boyd had an upbringing that was heavily influenced by the practices of his artisan relatives, all of whom were painters, potters, sculptors, musicians, and architects. Having adopted his family’s passion for the arts and developing his own highly expressive and personal style he went on to become one…

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  • William Dargie (1912 – 2003)

    Considered a national treasure, Australia’s most renowned portrait painter, Sir William Dargie made a tremendous contribution to the Australian art world with a strong belief in self-expression and personal ability that was felt in his works and the principles he stood for. As a man who loathed being described as a “great painter”, he stayed…

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About Wagner: Australian & Aboriginal Art

Welcome to Wagner Art, a captivating online space dedicated to celebrating the rich and diverse world of Australian and Aboriginal art. Here, we invite you to embark on a journey that explores the cultural tapestry and artistic heritage of our beautiful land.

Our passion for Australian and Aboriginal art knows no bounds. We believe art is a powerful medium which connects us with the past, present, and future.

Through our articles, interviews, and curated collections, we aim to shed light on the captivating stories, traditions, and techniques behind these remarkable artworks.

From the breathtaking landscapes of the outback to the vibrant urban hubs, we delve into the artistic expressions which have flourished across our vast continent. We showcase the works of both established artists and emerging talents, providing a platform for creativity to thrive and new voices to be heard.

We also embrace the unique artistic legacy of Australia’s First Nations. With deep respect and admiration for Aboriginal art, we delve into the Dreamtime stories, cultural symbolism, and profound connections to the land that are intricately woven into these creations. We strive to contribute to the ongoing dialogue about reconciliation, appreciation, and understanding of Indigenous art and its significance in the broader Australian artistic landscape.

Whether you’re a seasoned art enthusiast or just beginning to explore this fascinating realm, this website aims to inspire, educate, and ignite your passion for Australian and Aboriginal art!

Join us on this enriching journey as we celebrate the power of creativity, storytelling, and the enduring spirit of artistic expression in Australia.