Sidney Nolan’s ‘time capsule’ art studio opens to the public


Photography: Alex Ramsay (c)The Sidney Nolan Trust

The perfectly-preserved UK studio of artist Sidney Nolan has opened to the public for the first time ever this summer to mark his 100th birthday. Melbourne-born Nolan is best known for portraits of 19th-century outlaw Ned Kelly and other legends from Australian history. He moved to Britain in 1951, and after his death in 1992, his widow closed the doors to his Herefordshire studio, leaving everything inside just as he left it. [read more]

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