Reflections of Place & Time – works from The Clint CollectionThe Friends of the Hawkesbury art community & Regional Gallery Inc

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Reflections of Place & Time – works from The Clint Collection

Explore the world of a family of artists who have been overlooked for the past 100 years. From Georgian London (1714-1811) to the Great Depression in Australia, the Clint family through four generations pursued their creativity - and livelihood - from the many branches of the fine arts.

The exhibition includes objects that range in date from1869 to c.1939. In addition to this broad temporal spectrum, a range of geographical locations is also represented from the Sydney area to the rural idyll of the Hawkesbury seen in the works of the Clint artists; Alfred T, George E and Sydney R.
The exhibition provides a lens through which to view the flow of migration from home to home and the way the family developed an attachment to place. It enables an exploration of the way that experience was recorded in artistic practice. It’s noted the family depicted places they knew meaning their images provide a local perspective on areas where they resided and worked.
The exhibition demonstrates the variety of skills required to eke out a living as a professional artist. This includes sketchbooks, illustrations for publications, preparatory material for theatrical productions, and more intimate and personal images of the environs, both interior and exterior, that the family occupied.

Event dates

Event Details

100 George Street, Windsor, New South Wales

On entering the Deerubbin Centers ground floor, follow the corridor to the far end, the Stan Stevens Studio is on the left.


10am to 4pm

Entry fees:
Attendance limit:
50 - 100
Onsite facilities:
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Under ground limited parking available.