1856 - 1931
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A number of Tom Roberts' paintings are currently hanging in the Ian Potter Centre in Melbourne. These include Shearing the Rams (see above), Coming South, MadamePfund (1887), The Sunny South (Rickett's Point) (c.1887), "Evening, when the quiet east flashes faintly at the sun's last look", The Artist's Camp Sirius Cove (see below), Mrs L.A.Abrahams, Slumbering Sea, Mentone, Louise, daughter of the Hon. L.L.Smith, and two of his cigar box paintings - By the treasury (1889).
Ask your guide on a Melbourne by Lamplight tour to point out the city studio in which Tom Roberts worked.
Summer Morning Tiff
Golden Fleece Shearing