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Anne Gray

Anne Gray

Anne Gray is an art historian and independent curator. She has worked in the art museum profession for more than forty years. She was previously head of Australian Art at the National Gallery of Australia, Director of the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery at The University of Western Australia, head of Art at the Australian War Memorial, and an educator at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. She has curated around forty exhibitions and has written widely on Australian and British art and artists, and more recently has published three children’s books on Australian art, including After Hours: Children’s adventures in women’s art.

Anne Gray reviews 'John Glover: Patterdale Farm and the revelation of the Australian landscape' by Ron Radford

September 2023, no. 457 27 August 2023
If you think you know about John Glover (1767–1849) and his achievements, then think again. Read this publication and you will discover fresh and compelling information about Glover, his life in Australia, and his house and garden. The book is also a great read. It reveals the author’s passion for his subject, his years of research, and the authority he brings to it. The emphasis is on an exp ... (read more)

Anne Gray reviews 'Edwardian Opulence' edited by Angus Trumble and Andrea Wolk Rager

July–August 2013, no. 353 26 June 2013
Edwardian Opulence is the book for the sumptuous survey exhibition of Edwardian art which was shown at the Yale Centre for British Art from 28 February to 2 June 2013. It is a sweeping look at the visual arts in Britain in all its manifestations during the period roughly corresponding with the reign of Edward VII. This substantial book contains important essays by the curators, Angus Trumble and A ... (read more)