Christopher Williams is pleased to present a retrospective exhibition of the works of his mother and acclaimed artist Wilmotte Williams, marking the centennial anniversary of her birth. These oil on canvas paintings vibrantly depict old Sydney at various times throughout the last century. Wilmotte Williams was a pioneer of the Sydney art scene, capturing unique street scenes of the great city that she loved. The Parliament invites you to come and view this unique perspective of our State's capital city.
The exhibition will be displayed in the Parliament House Fountain Court from 4 November to 16 December 2016, Monday to Friday, 9.00 am to 5.00 pm.
For information about the Fountain Court exhibition space please contact the Office of the Black Rod on 02 9230 3556 or refer to the Fountain Court Policy and Guidlines.
Wilmotte Williams – ‘Sydney Unseen’
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