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Norman Lindsay Gallery
|Location||14-20 Norman Lindsay Crescent, Faulconbridge, City of Blue Mountains, New South Wales, Australia|
|Elevation||400 metres (1,300 ft) AHD|
|Owner||National Trust of Australia (NSW)|
|Official name: Norman Lindsay Gallery; Maryville; Springwood|
|Type||State heritage (landscape)|
|Designated||1 March 2002|
|Category||Landscape - Cultural|
|Builders||Francis Foy; Patrick Ryan; Norman Lindsay; Rose Soady|
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The Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum is a heritage-listed former residence and farmlet and now art gallery, tourist attraction and museum located at 14-20 Norman Lindsay Crescent, in the Blue Mountains town of Faulconbridge in the City of Blue Mountains local government area of New South Wales, Australia. It was built from 1898 to 1913 by Francis Foy; Patrick Ryan; Norman Lindsay; Rose Soady. It is also known as Maryville and Springwood. The property is owned by National Trust of Australia (NSW) (Community Group). It was added to the New South Wales State Heritage Register on 1 March 2002. The property is a stone cottage on a 17-hectare (42-acre) block of land which was owned by the Australian artist and writer Norman Lindsay and his wife, Rose. The property also contains some smaller buildings including two used as an oil painting studio and an etching studio.
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