Tom Roberts. Painted during: - Oil on canvas Mounted on a board - Painted during: - Oil on canvas Size: Over the years it became popularly known as 'Boys Bathing', as it depicts a group of naked young boys bathing at what people now call Ricketts Point, Beaumaris. At the time this work was painted, teams of horses and bullocks were often seen in Kallista, carting timber and deilvering building materials needed for housing.
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Search RN. Tom Roberts was already a famous artist when he was commissioned to paint the biggest group portrait of them all: the opening of the first parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia by H. The Duke of Cornwall and York May 9, But if this painting tells a vivid story of white history, a much smaller painting, William Bradley's sketch 'first interview with the native women of Port Jackson, New South Wales' tells a very different story of first encounters. Fiona Gruber is a journalist and producer, writing, commentating and making radio about the arts in Australia and the UK.
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