The lie of the land — contemporary landscapes from the collection
20 April 2013 to 26 May 2013

A selection of paintings that variously interpret the natural environment, represent imaginary vistas, or reference specific traditions of landscape painting—from Arthur Boyd’s depiction of the Shoalhaven region, and Sally Ross’s jewel-like rendering of an artificial topography, to Peter Daverington’s merging of grand landscape traditions with the pictorial conventions of digital imaging, and Damiano Bertoli’s appropriation of Caspar David Friedrich’s early 19th century painting Sea of ice.