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Completed in 1906, the elaborate National Mutual Life Building in Hobart, Tasmania, was designed by Hobart-born architect Alan Cameron Walker (1864-1931). It is a mixture of Romanesque and Gothic architecture and features semi-circular windows with…

The Colonial Mutual Life Building in Hobart, Tasmania, was designed by Sydney architects Hennesy & Hennesy and completed in 1936. It is in the Stripped Classical style with Art Deco elements, whilst the sculptural embellishments are reminiscent of…

The Royal Engineers Building on Macquarrie Street in Hobart was built in 1846-7 and was the headquarters of the Royal Engineers Regiment until 1876. The two-storey stone building was built in the late medieval Tudor style and features two-storey bay…

The church of Our Lady of Mt Carmel and Sts Peter and Paul is in the small rural Western Australian town of Mullewa. The church was built between 1920 and 1927 to the design of Monsignor John Cyril Hawes, who was the priest at Mullewa. His design for…

The church of Our Lady of Mt Carmel and Sts Peter and Paul is in the small rural Western Australian town of Mullewa. The church was built between 1920 and 1927 to the design of Monsignor John Cyril Hawes as his parish church. Hawes was also the…

This photograph is of a life-size bronze sculpture of a Saracen warrior at the entrance to the cellar of Saracen Estates Winery on Caves Road in the Margaret River region of Western Australia. The warrior is mounted and carries a curved sword, known…

This photograph is of one of the coat of arms on the verandah of Government House in the Royal Botanic Gardens, Sydney. It features two lions covered in fleurs-de-lis, an emblem that became very popular during the medieval period and is most commonly…

This work by French sculptor Albert Bartholomé was acquired by the National Gallery of Victoria with funds from the Felton Bequest in 1922. It is a bronze sculpture depicting the expulsion of Adam and Eve from Paradise. It has been dated to 1905,…