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Artist
Arthur Streeton  (1867–1943) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q709280 q:en:Arthur Streeton
Arthur Streeton
Alternative names Arthur Ernest Streeton
Description Australian painter
Date of birth/death 8 April 1867 1 September 1943
Location of birth/death Victoria Melbourne
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Details of artist on Google Art Project
Title Fire's on wikidata:Q20487774
Object type Painting
Date
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 2,047 mm (80.59 in). Width: 1,427 mm (56.18 in).
Level Ground level (Details of level on Google Art Project) room 19th + 20th c Australian art (Details of room on Google Art Project)
Accession number 832
Object history Australia
Inscriptions Signed and dated l.l., brown oil "Arthur StrEEton. 1891".
Notes More info at museum site
Source/Photographer ZwFFjoFD7185iw at Google Cultural Institute zoom level cropped from maximum
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