A.H. Fullwood was the most viewed British-Australian artist of the late 1800s and early 1900s. His artist contemporaries and friends were Arthur Streeton and Tom Roberts. Yet Fullwood is little remembered now. A new biography seeks to bring him and his work back to life.
Guest: Gary Werskey, biographer and cultural historian. Honorary associate at the University of Sydney's Department of History.
Author of 'Picturing a nation: The art and life of A.H. Fullwood'