An art gallery and historic home combined across three buildings. The main homestead houses much of Lindsay's paintings (e.g. of female nudes), but also features some of the model ships he built and some sculptures. There are two studios that you can also tour at certain times of the days by guided tour (from memory daily at 10:30, 11:30, 12:30, 1:30 and 2:30). One is his original studio, which features some unfinished works. The other (called the "Etching Studio") features a "Magic Pudding" gallery as well as photographs of the property and family and the machine Lindsay's wife used to print the etchings. The gardens feature statues made by Lindsay, and offer another point of interest. If you are like this style of Australian art, you will love the home and gallery!
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