Pure Greenway (exhibition)

Name Pure Greenway (exhibition)
Start of first instance 14th Oct 2017 10:00am
End of first instance 14th Oct 2017 3:00pm
Duration of each instance 5 hours
Frequency Every day, until 3rd Dec 2017

Celebrating the art and architecture of Francis Greenway's greatest achievement, St Matthew's Anglican Church, in this, its 200th year. The walls of the original St Matthew’s were pulled down in 1818, when a government committee reported that they were built of ‘inferior bricks’ and of ‘bad quality’ mortar. Governor Lachlan Macquarie then handed the design and the building of the church over to the Colonial Architect, the famous ex-convict, Francis Greenway. Although Greenway died in obscurity, he has left the Hawkesbury an enduring aesthetic and architectural statement in St Matthew’s. Come and enjoy a selection of works from the Gallery’s collection that focus on the architecture, the beauty and the brilliance of Greenway.

Gallery hours: Monday, Wednesday-Friday 10am-4pm Saturday, Sunday 10am-3pm Closed Tuesdays and public holidays FREE ENTRY

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