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A very good boy

This skilled pup looks directly at the viewer, seemingly asking for our approval.

Piano paw-te

The keys of the pianoforte are pawed with great skill by this extraordinary little animal.

Dog save the Queen?

Some have identified the sheet music as the English National Anthem – do you think the dog is playing “God Save the Queen/King”.

Portrait of an Extraordinary Musical Dog, Philip Reinagle, 1805

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182 years ago today, Matthijs Maris was bornMatthias Maris was a Dutch painter, etcher and lithographer. He was also known as Matthijs Maris or Thijs. He initially belonged to the Hague School, like his two brothers, Jacob and Willem, but his later works deviated more and more from that school into a unique style influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites. He was born in The Hague. At the age of twelve, he registered at the Hague Academy of Art, but did not pass the entrance exam. Therefore, he took lessons from Isaac Cornelis Elink Sterk, secretary of the Academy. One year later he was admitted and studied there until 1855. In 1854 he became a pupil of the marine painter Louis Meijer, who helped him obtain a grant from Queen Sophie that enabled him to follow his brother Jacob to Antwerp, where they rented rooms together. In 1858 Matthijs returned to The Hague, where Jacob already had a studio they could share. A later commission enabled them to travel in and start painting in Oosterbeek with painters as Gerard Bilders and Anton Mauve. In 1860 he traveled with his brother Jacob along the Rhine to Switzerland and back through France to the Netherlands.

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The University of Pretoria (UP) Museums are located in the Jacaranda City Capital of Pretoria in South Africa. The UP Museums hold collections and archives curating some of South Africa’s art, ceramics, and sculptures, as well as the national treasure of the Mapungubwe Collection.

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Patchwork design

The work is a patchwork of linoleum fragments of different designs, salvaged by the artist from old Canberra houses and cut into small rectangles, then reassembled in an animated and elegant composition.

Connecting to the land

The work also has a strong connection to landscape, evident in its horizontal format and the artist’s juxtaposition of lino shards selected and placed to suggest land and sky.

Culture of Canberra

The work is both an emblem of the physical and cultural landscape of the Canberra region, as well as a hybrid of modernist art and industrial design.

Lino, Canberra and Tile Formation, Vivienne Binns, 2000

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The National Museum of Western Art was established in April 1959 and was based on the Matsukata Collection, focusing on the Impressionist paintings and Auguste Rodin’s sculptures previously stored by the French government.

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