Norman Lindsay Sculptor

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Etching House – NORMAN LINDSAY GALLERY and Sculptor garden may be seen at Faulconbridge NSW, via Springwood in the Blue Mountains the home of Norman Lindsay is set in extensive grounds, the single storey house with its external painting and etching studios was the home of Norman Lindsay (1879-1969), one of Australia’s most controversial, exceptional and prolific artists. It was here that he created etchings, oils, watercolours, sculptures, the fine ship models which he made as a pastime, and where he wrote the children’s classic,The Magic Pudding. Over the years, Lindsay transformed his estate, adding classical colonnades and a Roman courtyard to the house, and sculpting nymphs, satyrs and fountains to embellish the grounds.

Etching House is proud to support the Norman Lindsay Gallery owned by the National Trust and operated by volunteers.

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