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Topics: Factory

Date: 1950

Size: 114 x 162 cm

Museum: National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne, Australia)

Technique: Oil On Canvas

Collins St., 5 pm is a 1955 painting by Australian artist John Brack. The painting depicts office workers walking along busy Collins Street in Melbourne after finishing work for the day. It is considered a companion piece to Brack's earlier work, The bar. The painting is part of the National Gallery of Victoria's Australian art collection and exhibited in the Ian Potter Centre in Federation Square in Melbourne.

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