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Fred Williams: Painter, Printmaker

Fred Williams, Glasshouse Mountains III

Fred Williams, Australia 1927–82 | Glasshouse Mountains III (detail) 1971 | Gouache on paper | Purchased 1995 | Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | © The artist

2 November 2013 – 16 March 2014
Queensland Art Gallery (QAG)
Free admission

Opening Hours
Daily: 10.00am – 5.00pm

Fred Williams (1927–82) is one of the most influential twentieth-century Australian artists. Best known for his distinctive depictions of the Australian bush, which transformed our ways of seeing the landscape, Williams’s extraordinary body of prints includes delightful music hall images from 1955–56 made in London, as well as extensive series of landscapes made after his return to Australia, from the late 1950s.

Read more about Fred Williams on our blog | Fred Williams: Painter, Printmaker

Past Program
Curator’s talk | 2.30pm Thursday 13 March 2014 | QAG, Lecture Theatre
Join Angela Goddard, Curator, Australian Art to 1975, for insights into the work of Fred Williams, one of the most influential and celebrated Australian artists of the twentieth century.