Historical information

Painted "en plein air", as seen by the artist, recording things as they were in 1959.


Painted by Victor Litherland who arrived in Creswick in 1938. He became a noted artist represented in major collections. He painted in the naive style and recorded his history of the town.

Physical description

Gouache painting on paper of the old Creswick Fire Station and Town Hall (now the home of the Creswick Museum), done in naive style.

Inscriptions & markings

signed "Victor Litherland" and dated 1959