The Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery houses an extensive collection of Australian colonial works including James Coutts Michie and James Ashton along with several important Victorian painters such as Arthur Hacker RA. The gallery also has a nationally recognised collection of early 20th century Australian paintings including works by Margaret Preston and Arthur Streeton through to contemporary works by Rick Amor, Charles Blackman, Arthur Boyd, Lloyd Rees, Barbara Hanrahan, Mandy Martin, Clifton Pugh, Lloyd Rees, Tim Storrier, Clifford Possum Tjapaltjarri, Emily Kane Kngwarreye, David Malangi and many other fine Australian artists.
Founded in 1904 with donation of artworks by George McCulloch (a member of the Syndicate of Seven who launched the Broken Hill mining industry in 1883) and others, the Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery is the oldest regional art gallery in NSW and is housed in the historical Sully’s Emporium in Argent Street since 2004.
Admission is by donation.
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