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About the artwork:
Chung Gon’s Orchard (Apples, Plums and Cherries)
The Chinese community has long been an important part of Launceston and James Chung-Gon and his family have played a major role in its heritage. The name Chung-Gon has a long history in the north of Tasmania through Chung-Gon’s generosity and business operations.
Over the years, Chung-Gon has owned and operated market gardens and orchards located in South Launceston, Relbia and Turners Marsh.
About The Celestials collection:
The Chinese community, or the celestials as they were known, were amongst some of the first pioneers to settle in the North East of Tasmania. This collection acknowledges the Chinese people, connections, events and cultural heritage, all set within the Tasmanian landscape.
Copyright Mandy Hunniford 2022
Chung Gon's Orchard (Apples, Plums and Cherries) - Original
Description: Acrylic on canvas
Size: 102cm x 102cm
Purchase: Original available
Murderer’s Tier and Mary’s Island, Oatlands – Print$299.00 – $799.00 Select options