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Rediscovering Arthur Streeton's 'exuberant response to his peaceful homeland'

January 29, 2016

The Age | Andrew Stephens

When Arthur Streeton visited Lorne with his family in 1921, there was no Great Ocean Road. Visitors went the back way, strenuously, from Winchelsea railway station on a bumpy coach service. If you wanted to visit Lorne – and many knew it as a popular tourist destination – you had to really want to go there.

 

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