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  • Aimee Stanyer

    This studio knocked me over.. I want to go back there and do a few days of drawing!!

  • FutureLIFEHCC71

    Brett Whitely

  • Francoise Nicoloff

    Brett Whiteley's beautiful studio

  • Josh Pitt

    The Brett Whiteley Studio - 2 Raper Street, Surry Hills; was the workplace and home of Australian artist Brett Whiteley (1939–92). Since 1995 it has been managed as a museum by the Art Gallery of NSW.

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Brett Whiteley, Self Portrait in Studio, 1976

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The Brett Whiteley Studio was the home and workplace of Australian artist, Brett Whiteley (1939‑92). The artist bought the former warehouse in 1985 and converted it into a studio and exhibition space. He lived there from 1988 to 1992, the year he died.

1961 Figure on orange background Screenprint on paper by Brett Whiteley (Australian)

The Brett Whiteley Studio at 2 Raper Street, Surry Hills, was the workplace and home of Australian artist Brett Whiteley (1939–1992). Now a gallery and studio museum managed by the Art Gallery of NSW.

brett whiteley After returning to Australia (1985) from Fiji I was influenced by Whiteley’s paintings of Fiji and also his lyrical drawings of the South Coast and Lavender Bay, his use of reed pens and strong brush drawings in ink together with his striking black and white portraits.

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Brett Whiteley His amazing talent was introduced to me in grade 11 - I have not lost my love for his art - fantastic......

Brett Whiteley (1939 - 1992) Towards Sculpture 5 1977 Lithograph

Urban Legend In 1985 expressionist Brett Whiteley built a studio and a private dwelling in an old T-shirt factory on Raper St. The chaos and atmosphere have been preserved as a free museum. The entrance is tucked in an alley and marked by a tiny version of ‘Almost Once’, a sculpture featuring two redhead matchsticks… #sydney #surryhills #sydneycommunity