Filter by
Peter Wright

Old Master Drawings and Prints 16th-19th Century Exhibition

Where
155 King St
Sydney NSW 2000
Australia
The Trust Building, Level 7, Suite 713
When

Wednesdays to Fridays, 10am to 3pm Wednesday 26 June to Friday 22 November

Wright Gallery Fine Art has a continuous rolling exhibition of old master drawings and prints dating from the 16th through to the 19th century at it's Sydney CBD gallery, situated on the 7th floor of the historic Trust Building, 155 King Street.

Discover works from the 16th Century Italian Renaissance, 17th Century French Baroque, Georgian, Pre-Raphaelite and Victorian periods. Artists such as Cristoforo Roncalli (Italian 1552-1626), Pier Francesco Mola (Swiss 1612-1666), Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo (Italian 1727-1804), Louis Auguste Brun (Swiss 1758-1815), Francois Boucher (French 1703-1770), Samuel Elyard (British/Australian 1817-1910) to name just a few.

This is a curated rolling exhibition that continuously changes as new items acquired. As well as the drawings and prints exhibition you can also browse our selection of period oil paintings, iconography and antiquities. Relax in the intimate and historic atmosphere of our gallery were you will find all of the works are available for purchase.

Contact event organiser

Peter Wright

Advertisement

More events in Exhibitions

Alphonse Mucha: Spirit of Art Nouveau

Alphonse Mucha: Spirit of Art Nouveau

The most comprehensive exhibition ever seen in Australia of this visionary artist’s work
Tomorrow
Memory, Myth and Metaphor: China – Australia

Memory, Myth and Metaphor: China – Australia

Explore and interpret the exchange and mutual influence between Chinese and Australian painting
Tomorrow
Peter Kingston

Peter Kingston

A tribute to the unique creative talent of Sydney artist Peter Kingston.
Tomorrow