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Title Bohemians in the bush [videorecording] : the artists' camps of Mosman.

Published Spit Junction [NSW] : Made with the co-operation of the Public Programs Department, Art Gallery of New South Wales by Albie Thoms Productions [production company] : Video Education Australasia [distributor], 1995.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Store VID  759.994 BOHE  VHS video cassette    AVAILABLE
Physical description 1 videocassette (VHS) (58 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Notes Subtitle from container.
Credits Producer, director, Albie Thoms ; photography, David Perry ; editor, John Hollands ; sound, Mark Blackwell ; music, Steve Peach.
Summary Albie Thoms explores the history of the artists' camps established at Mosman, NSW, in the late 19th century. Art historians now consider these camps as crucial to the founding of the style of painting known as Australian Impressionism. The program discusses and features the works of noted Australian artists such as Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton, Julian Ashton and others.
Other author Thoms, Albie, 1941- Director.
Perry, David, 1933- Photographer.
Peach, Steve. Arranger.
Albie Thoms Productions.
Art Gallery of New South Wales. Public Programmes Dept.
Subject Artist colonies -- New South Wales -- Mosman -- History.
Painters -- New South Wales -- Mosman.
Painting, Australian -- New South Wales -- Mosman.
Painting, Modern -- 19th century -- New South Wales -- Mosman.