Botticelli to Van Gogh: the National Gallery of Australia big blockbuster will be just the thing we need

Sally Pryor
By Sally Pryor
Updated February 27 2021 - 5:10am, first published February 26 2021 - 1:01am
Joel Arthur and Lloyd Hurrell hanging Vincent Van Gogh's Sunflowers at the National Gallery of Australia. Picture: Keegan Carroll

When Vincent Van Gogh set out to paint his series of sunflowers, he was trying to make a point about colour. He used three shades of yellow and not much else, showing how a single colour could still create a coherent image.

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Sally Pryor

Sally Pryor

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As features editor at The Canberra Times, I love telling people things they didn't know - or even things they've always known - about the city we live in.

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