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Philip W. Goatcher was born on the 23rd November 1851, in London; the son of a scene painter. He left school in his early teens to work as a law clerk at Lincoln’s Inn. In his spare time he would visit … Continue reading
Still to this day in West Australia, there are goldfields remnants of the gold rush days. After the gold boom years from 1897-1923 came the bad years of decay; when the gold beneath the ground petered out and the people … Continue reading
Ben Prior’s Open Air Museum is located in Bayley Street, Coolgardie, in the heart of the the goldfields district of Western Australia. Coolgardie was the site of an initial gold rush in the early 1890s, prior to the Kalgoorlie-Boulder gold rush. This collection was … Continue reading
Here we have “Rottnest” by Guy Grey-Smith (Oil on canvas) from the Tom Collins Bequest Fund, at the University of Western Australia’s art collection on display at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Perth. Born in Western Australia in1916, Guy turned to … Continue reading