Norman Lindsay Gallery Explore the former home of prolific and controversial artist Norman Lindsay, while enjoying a day of art and gardens in a historic Blue Mountains location. Nestled in the heart of Faulconbridge, Dharug and Gundungurra Country, is a beautiful sandstone cottage that was once the home of Australian artist and writer Norman Lindsay, his wife Rose and their daughters. Visitors can discover Norman Lindsay’s paintings and illustrations, then step into the original painting studio where he created his famous art and much-loved children’s book The Magic Pudding. Wander the lovely heritage gardens and take a short scenic bushwalk with views of the Grose Valley to round out a great day out in the Blue Mountains. Artists and creatives are encouraged to frequent the venue to use as inspiration, to hold events, workshops or volunteer.

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