Barry Humphries

Barry Humphries: in praise of Australian art

A major exhibition of Australian art is about to open at the Royal Academy. <em>Barry Humphries</em> believes visitors will be surprised

‘Fire’s On’, 1891, by Arthur Streeton, a member of the Heidelberg School, named after a village outside Melbourne. Credit: Art Gallery of New South Wales

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