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The northern Tasmanian town of Sheffield is known as the ‘Town of Murals’ due to the large number of publicly displayed artworks in its streets, especially on walls. Although the majority of the artworks are about Tasmanian, especially local,…

Tasmanian Gothic is the website for Tasmanian artist Elizabeth Barsham (formerly E.M. Christensen). Her work is inspired by such things as medieval tapestries and the Renaissance artists Pieter Bruegel and Albrecht Dürer (according to the ‘just a…

Photographs recreating a scene in The Haywain Triptych panel painting by Dutch artist Hieronymus Bosch. The recreated scene occurs in the centre of the central panel of the work that was probably painted in the early sixteenth century. The central…

A photograph recreating a scene in The Haywain Triptych panel painting by Dutch artist Hieronymus Bosch. The recreated scene occurs in the centre of the central panel of the work that was probably painted in the early sixteenth century. The central…

A view of the chapel interior at St Ildephonsus’ College in New Norcia. St Ildephonsus was a seventh-century monk at the Benedictine monastery of Agli near Toledo. From 657 until his death in 667, he served as the Archbishop of Toledo. One…

A view of the chapel interior at St Ildephonsus’ College in New Norcia. St Ildephonsus was a seventh-century monk at the Benedictine monastery of Agli near Toledo. From 657 until his death in 667, he served as the Archbishop of Toledo. One…