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The National Gallery of Australia is the premier art gallery and museum in Australia, holding over 120,000 works of art. It was established in 1967 by the Government of Australia as a national public art gallery.

Western Art

The focus of the Gallery's international collection is primarily on late 19th century and 20th century art although many are not on display at present, due to refurbishment work. There is a strong collection of modern works. It includes works by:

The Gallery has a small collection of European Old Master paintings, which are not regularly displayed.

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