The gold nuggets of the past may be immortalised in photos and museums, but out here the locals are more likely to talk about their own discoveries. Just don’t ask where they found them.
GALLERY: Hill End, NSW
AG STAFF|October 25, 2016
Once brought to life by one of NSW’s largest gold rushes, the now tiny town of Hill End has played a central role in Australia’s art world for generations. From Russel Drysdale to Brett Whiteley, Margaret Olley to John Olsen, Hill End has played muse to the best in the business. Today the tradition continues, with some of Australia’s foremost artists calling the town home. All photos by Don Fuchs.
Read more about Hill End in AG#135, out now.