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Walk Two - Five Ways to South Oxford St

From Five Ways walk down Glenmore Rd to visit the gallery which is only a few doors down from the Royal Hotel. Five Ways is the intersection of these streets: two of Glenmore Rd, Broughton St, Heeley St and Goodhope St.

Baker Galleries 241 Glenmore Rd Paddington ph 9331 1195    Dealers in fine art.

Continue from Glenmore Rd and turn right into Gurner St (Glenmore Rd goes down the hill). Walk to the intersection of Gurner St with Cambridge St and Norfolk St to view the following art galleries and interests

Wagner Art Gallery 39 Gurner St Paddington - cnr Norfolk St Specialists in Fine Art
Marlene Antico Fine Arts 38b Gurner St cnr Cambridge St ph 9380 7088 email: Australian emerging artists
44 Gurner St  ph 8354 1744 email: Vibrant works of Ken Done

Continue down Gurner St and turn right into Cascade St. Walk up the hill which ends at Paddington St and visit the galleries on each corner

Christopher and Anna Thorpe Gallery 2 Cascade St cnr Paddington St ph 9331 8302    Antique tribal art from Oceania and Aboriginal Art.
Josef Lebovic Gallery 34 Paddington St cnr Cascade St ph 9332 1840 email:   Australian and international drawings from Old Masters to 20thC, vintage photos from 1850, posters.

From Cascade St turn left along Paddington St to Elizabeth St and visit Tim Olsen Galleries on the next two corners and Christopher Day on the other side of the road.

Tim Olsen Gallery 76 Paddington St cnr Elizabeth St ph 9360 9854 email:    Modern Australian Art
Tim Olsen Gallery - Annex 72a Windsor St cnr Elizabeth St ph 9361 6205    Same website and email as main gallery.
Christopher Day Gallery  Corner Windsor St and Elizabeth St ph 9326 1952 mob 0418 403 928 email:    Quality traditional and modern Australian paintings. Established 1979.

Continue down the hill to the corner of Elizabeth St and Windsor St for refreshments at the Windsor Castle Pub. Then continue down Elizabeth St and turn right into Hargave St and visit the following antiques and art galleries.

Robert Wallace (Antiques) Pty Ltd 108-110 Hargrave St Paddington ph 9363 3663 email:  Incorporating The House of Desks. Specialising in Antique Desks and a range of French Provincial Furniture from the 18th and 19th Centuries.
Savill Galleries 156 Hargrave St Paddington ph 9327 8311 email:    Specialist in 20C Australian Art
Christies Auction House 180 Hargrave St Paddington - cnr Jersey Rd

You could stop for refreshments at Bellevue Hotel 157 Hargrave St opposite Savill Galleries or continue to the next gallery. From Christies Auction House turn left into Jersey Road to visit the next gallery. This is opposite the Tudor style "Lord Dudley" hotel if you wish for a taste of an old English pub.

Maunsell Huges Gallery (in connection with Barry Stern Galleries) 98 Holdsworth St (corner with Jersey Rd) Woollahra ph 9327 6525    Sydney's newest, contemporary art space.

Walk back up Jersey Road to Savill Galleries and cross over Hargrave St to visit the next gallery.

Galleries Primitif 174 Jersey Rd Paddington    Primitive Art and sculpture

Continue up Jersey Road to the intersection with Rush St. Cross over and visit the following galleries. Please note the first two galleries share the same space.

Peter Lane Gallery, 63 Jersey Road Woollahra ph 9362 0115 email:   Ancient Art Furniture Paintings.
Au Lion Des Neiges, 63 Jersey Road Woollahra ph 9362 0115 email:   Objets Anciens de Culture Tibetaine, Antiques from Tibet, Nepal, Bhutan & Mongolia.
Michael Nagy Fine Art  53 Jersey Road, Woollahra ph 9327 2966 email:   Australian and international artists.

Continue up Jersey Road to finish at the Light Brigate Hotel on the corner of Oxford Street. You could continue by turning left up Oxford Street then left into Queen Street for more Arts and Antiques - see part of the list below for galleries and antiques. Alternatively, you could continue by turning right down Oxford Street to the boutique shops, some galleries and craft markets on Saturdays.