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Alice Talwin Morris Collection

Alice Talwin Morris was a woman of adventure and exploration, capturing the essence of different cultures and landscapes through her vivid paintings

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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Captain Cook Landing in Australia, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Going to Market, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: The Flying Fish, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Drying the Cocoa, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: At Work Among The Sugar-Canes, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Gathering Pineapples, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Port Antonio, Jamaica, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: A Garden in the Sea, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: A Christmas Dinner in New Zealand, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Most of these animals are hunted, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: The Maoris Home, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: A Kauri Tree, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: A Geyser, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Picking the Fruit, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: A Settler Clearing His Land, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Going to School in New Zealand, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Wellington, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: The Kangaroo, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: The Dam, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: An Australian Dairy Farm, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: A Sheep-Station in Australia, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Off to the Gold-Fields, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: A Settlers Home, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: The Governor-Generals House, Melbourne, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Early Settlers in Australia, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: Aboriginal men approaching a settlers farm, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: After the Earthquake, 1907 (1912). Artist: Charles Robinson
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Alice Talwin Morris Collection: A Street in Jamaica, 1912. Artist: Charles Robinson

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Alice Talwin Morris was a woman of adventure and exploration, capturing the essence of different cultures and landscapes through her vivid paintings. Inspired by the works of Charles Robinson, she embarked on a journey to document the wonders of the world. In 1912, Alice witnessed Captain Cook Landing in Australia, an event that marked a significant turning point in history. With her paintbrushes at hand, she skillfully portrayed this pivotal moment with great detail and precision. Her artistic endeavors didn't stop there; Alice also depicted scenes like "Going to Market" where bustling streets filled with vibrant colors came to life under her brushstrokes. The energy and liveliness captured in this piece were truly captivating. "The Flying Fish" showcased Alice's fascination with nature's marvels as she portrayed these magnificent creatures soaring above crystal-clear waters. Her attention to detail made it seem as if one could almost feel the breeze created by their wings. Not only did Alice focus on natural beauty but also delved into cultural practices such as "Drying the Cocoa. " Through her artistry, she shed light on traditional methods used in cocoa production, giving viewers a glimpse into an essential aspect of daily life. "At Work Among The Sugar-Canes, " another masterpiece by Alice Talwin Morris, transported us to lush plantations where workers tirelessly harvested sugar canes under the scorching sun. This painting served as a reminder of both human resilience and nature's abundance. Alice ventured further into tropical lands with "Gathering Pineapples, " showcasing local farmers amidst rows upon rows of succulent fruits ready for harvest. It was evident that every stroke conveyed their dedication towards providing sustenance for their communities. Port Antonio became another subject close to Alice's heart; its picturesque scenery inspired her work titled "Port Antonio, Jamaica. " She expertly captured its serene beaches against towering palm trees while inviting viewers to immerse themselves in its tranquility.