Bush To Bay: Hinton and the Artist’s Camps


Arthur Streeton, Near Streeton’s camp at Sirius Cove (detail), 1892, oil on canvas on board, Bequest of Howard Hinton 1948, The Howard Hinton Collection.

In the late 19th century, artists such as Arthur Streeton, Tom Roberts and others congregated around the artist's camps of Mosman Bay. It was here that a young Howard Hinton met many of them.  
Over 100 years later, a group of artists from the New England region visited the same locations to find aspiration.
Artworks by Angus Nivision, Michelle Hungerford, Gabrielle Collins, Elouise Roberts and curator Sandra McMahon join with those from the original camps.