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"'A Primrose from England: 19th-Century Narratives from the Collection of Bendigo Art Gallery' explores the theme of the transplantation of social and cultural ideals from England during the Victorian era. Although many of the paintings in the exhibition originated in European countries, the scenes of domesticity and rural life in these 'continental' pictures reflect the same middle-class values that we find in the British images of work and family life ... I look forward to sharing this exhibition with a national audience when A Primrose from England: 19th-Century Narratives from the Collection of Bendigo Art Gallery tours to various Victorian and interstate venues. Karen Quinlan. Director, Bendigo Art Gallery."--Pref.… (more)

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