5 June - 17 August 2008
Sidney Nolan is widely acknowledged as Australia's most inventive and influential artist of the twentieth century.
A prolific painter, draughtsman and printmaker, Nolan produced some of the most iconic images in Australian art. His unique vision embraced Australian myths and legends as well as the landscape.
Drawn chiefly from the collection of Melbourne scientist and art collector Dr Douglas Kagi and the QUT Art Collection, Sidney Nolan: A Poetic Vision highlights important works by the artist from the late 1940s to the early 1980s.
Curated by Stephen Rainbird and Simone Jones
Presented by QUT Art Museum