The Duldig Studio Museum and Sculpture Garden

Galleries, Museums and Collections

Historically and aesthetically fascinating, this historic house, artists’ studio and sculpture garden displays in situ works of art by the internationally acclaimed sculptor Karl Duldig (1902-1986) and his wife, the artist and inventor Slawa Duldig nee Horowitz (1902-1975).

The family lived in this charming home from 1956 and visitors can experience the rooms and studio as they were, whilst the sculptures, drawings and paintings tell the story of the Duldig’s creative lives in Vienna, Singapore and Melbourne; of dramatic escapes and remarkable reunions, of heartbreaking loss and unexpected recovery.

This insight into the world of two passionate and inventive artists offers visitors the opportunity to explore and enjoy fine art in an authentic domestic setting.

Facilities

Gallery / Museum Lawn / Gardens Public Toilet Shop / Gift Shop

Internet Access

Free Wifi

Disabled Assistance

Disabled access available

Membership

Australian Museums and Galleries Association

Rates

From AU$15.00

Includes tour by guides who bring to life the heritage rooms and studio with stories of escape from Europe during World War Two, the little-known Australian history of internment and the artistic lives of the Duldigs who finally settled and became leaders of modernist art from this home in Melbourne.

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