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QUT Art Museum

Did you know...
QUT Art Museum, located at Gardens Point Campus, has the largest collection of works by William Robinson worldwide?

William Robinson Collection

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William Robinson is arguably Australia’s greatest living painter and QUT holds a collection of over 70 of his works from the late 1960s to today across the mediums of sculpture, painting, printmaking and other works on paper.

Left: William Robinson, Rainforest (1992) Colour lithograph. Gift of the artist under the Cultural Gifts Program. QUT Art Collection.


Did you know...
QUT Art Museum has one of the finest collections of contemporary ceramics in Australia?

Hermannsburg Pots

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QUT holds a collection of 14 Hermannsburg pots dating from 1995, soon after they began being produced. The nationally recognised Hermannsburg Potters bring the stunning landscape of Central Australia to life. The now thriving community was first made famous in the late 1940s and 1950s by watercolourists such as Albert Namatjira.

Left: Carol Panangka Rontji, Eeritja (Eagle) 2000. Terracott pot, coiled with underglazes and applied decoration. Purchased 2001 with funds provided by various donors. QUT Art Collection.


Did you know...
QUT Art Museum currently has on show an exhibition that unpacks the production of public art and limited edition sculpture? Many public art works from Brisbane feature.

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Left: QUT Art Museum

Contact Details

QUT Art Museum
Address: 2 George Street, Brisbane Qld 4000
Phone: 07 3138 5370
Fax: 07 3138 5371
Email: artmuseum@qut.edu.au
Website: www.artmuseum.qut.com