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Rupert Bunny (1864 – 1947) was one of the most successful Australian expatriate artists of his generation.
In an era when artists were increasingly drawn to the vibrant cultural atmosphere of Europe,
no other Australian achieved the accolades Bunny accumulated in Paris in the 1890s and early 1900s.
Bunny was the first Australian to be awarded honours at the prestigious exhibiting venue, the Paris Salon.