Painter and decorative artist. Kingsley-Strack supported herself through her art, which included china-painting, after her divorce in the early 1940s. Her portraits of the Aboriginal stars of the film 'Jedda', painting on porcelain plaques, were entered in the 1954 Archibald Prize.
Painter and decorative artist, was the daughter of a Sydney bohemian, Donald Commons, and grandmother of Victoria Haskins. She supported herself through her art after her divorce in the early 1940s, including china-painting with portraits of the Aboriginal stars of the film Jedda . She entered a pair of porcelain plaques containing portraits of the baby Jedda (Margaret Dingle) and the villain Marbuk (Bob Tudawali Melville Island) for the 1954 Archibald Prize.
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