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Streeton Prints

(Image: Magpie zinc etching on Somerset edition of 50 print size: 25.5 x 35.5cm posthumous print by: Theo Mantalvanos)

Sir Arthur Streeton’s unseen etchings were exhibited in Mar – April of 2017

Due to the everflowing enquiries about Sir Arthur Streeton’s unpublished etchings and the Streeton Prints exhibition, we have collated all the information in this, easy to find post.

The posthumous prints can be viewed at the gallery at any time during our business hours. Read more about the sales information below.

Media information

the weekend australian cover streetonGeelong Advertiser – Sir Arthur Streeton Exhibition in Queenscliff, Neos Kosmos – Unpublished etchings of Australian artist Sir Arthur Streeton brought to life, Print Council of Australia’s Q&A, Queenscliff Herald, The Rip Rumour, and The Weekend Australian – Into The Light – The Lost Streetons.

Sales information

The Streeton family members decided to edition 50 prints (plus five test proofs) of the 11 plates that we were able to successfully restore.

The prints have been numbered by William Streeton, Sir Arthur Streeton’s grandson, who also signed the reverse of each impression. A letter of authenticity is included with any purchase. The prints have been valued by Timothy Abdallah, Menzies Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers.

Streeton etchings remain available for purchase at QG&W.
View availability and pricing call on 03 5258 4927, or email: gallery@qgw.com.au.
View the exhibition online.
Purchase the cards and catalogues.


Exhibition vimeos


Exhibition information

QG&W has the great pleasure in presenting this exhibition of never previously published etchings by Sir Arthur Streeton (posthumously printed by Theo Mantalvanos at QG&W).

Together with the 11 etchings, QG&W will exhibit the discovered zinc and copper plates, initial proofs and other related works kindly loaned from the Streeton family members.

Streeton Prints aims to demonstrate the legacy of an artist such as Sir Arthur Streeton. Nine resident artists will work in the gallery to show their influence, while others create contemporary works especially for the exhibition.

The exhibition will be made possible with the support and collaboration of the Streeton family members and QG&W represented artists (by residency): Joel Wolter, Philip Davey, Emmy Mavroidis, Adam Nudelman, Amanda Firenze, Michelle Joy Caithness, Soula Mantalvanos, Andrew Weatherill and James Pasakos

Resident artists’ information: Joel Wolter Mar 3 – 6 | Philip Davey Mar 8 – 13 | Emmy Mavroidis Mar 15 – 20 | Adam Nudelman Mar 22 – 27 | Amanda Firenze Mar 29 – Apr 3 | Michelle Joy Caithness Apr 5 – 10 | Soula Mantalvanos Apr 12 – 17 | Andrew Weatherill Apr 19 – 24 | James Pasakos Apr 26 – 30.

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QG&W is a proud member of The Print Council of Australia (PCA) - a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to Australian printmaking. The Print Council of Australia (PCA) is a national not-for-profit organisation dedicated to Australian printmaking.