Arthur Streeton (1867-1943) was an Australian painter associated with the Heidelberg School, a group of artists who were instrumental in establishing a distinctively Australian style of art. Streeton's works were characterized by their use of light and color to capture the beauty of the Australian landscape. He was particularly interested in the interplay between light and shadow, using it to create a sense of depth and atmosphere in his works. Streeton was a prominent figure in the Australian art scene during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and his works were highly regarded for their technical mastery and innovative style. Today, Streeton's works are celebrated for their beauty and their contribution to the development of Australian art. Some of his most famous works include "Golden Summer, Eaglemont" and "Fire's On."