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National Gallery of Australia - Establishment, Development of the collection, Major Displays


An art gallery on the shores of L Burley Griffin in Canberra, opened in 1982. It houses a permanent collection showing the history of Australian art, including Aboriginal art, and includes collections of Asian and Pacific art, as well as international graphic arts and photography, African and Pre-Columbian art, a sculpture garden, and European art of all periods.

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