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The Australian  |  Michaela Boland

It is 100 years this year since the birth of the nation’s most successful artist, Sid Nolan, and yet no Australian cultural institution has seized on this as an opportunity to stage an exhibition of his work.

Unusually, leading art auction house Sotheby’s has. At the company’s Sydney display room, a collection of more than two dozen rarely seen artworks has been hung on display chronologically.

The New Daily  |  David Spicer

Many of the greatest paintings by late Australian artist Sidney Nolan will be seen in public for the first time over the next two weeks.

A gallery in Sydney’s eastern suburbs has borrowed 30 of the artist’s works from private collections to mark the centenary of his birth next month.

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