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Name
Vida Lahey
Also known as Frances Vida Lahey
Gender
Female
Roles
  • Artist (Painter)
Other Occupation
  • Teacher (ANZSIC code: 8102) 1910-
  • Writer (ANZSIC code: 9002)
Birth date
1882
Birth place
Pimpama, Qld.
Death date
1968
Death place
Brisbane, Qld
Active Period
  • 1903 - 1952
Residence
  • c.1920 - c.1952 Queensland
  • c.1920 St Ives, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom
  • c.1918 - c.1920 Montparnasse, Paris, France
  • c.1915 - c.1918 London, England, UK
  • 1905 - 1915 Melbourne, Vic.
Training
  • Godfrey Rivers at the Central Technical College, Brisbane, Qld.
  • c.1919 - c.1920 Frances Hodgkins, St Ives, Cornwall, England, UK
  • c.1910 - c.1911 Withers, Walter, Melbourne, Vic.
  • c.1918 - c.1919 Colarossi's, Paris, France
  • 1909 National Gallery School, Melbourne, Vic.
  • 1905 - 1906 National Gallery School, Melbourne, Vic.
  • c.1904 - c.1905 Central Technical College, Brisbane, Qld.
Languages
  • English
Initial Record Data Source
  • Heritage: The National Women's Art Book

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  • Untitled Event (exhibited at)
  • British Empire Exhibition (exhibited at)
  • NSW Society of Artists (exhibited at)
  • Vida Lahey: Colour and Modernism (exhibited at)
  • Colonial Pastime to Contemporary Profession: 150 years of Australian Women's Art (exhibited at)
  • Through Women's Eyes (exhibited at)
  • Queensland Image: Women's visual art of yesterday and today (1887-1995) (exhibited at)
  • Exhibition of paintings by women artists (exhibited at)
  • Exhibition of Australian women painters (exhibited at)
  • Australian Women Artists, One Hundred Years 1840 -1940 (exhibited at)
  • Untitled Event (exhibited at)
  • British Empire Exhibition (exhibited at)
  • NSW Society of Artists (exhibited at)
  • Vida Lahey: Colour and Modernism (exhibited at)
  • Colonial Pastime to Contemporary Profession: 150 years of Australian Women's Art (exhibited at)
  • Through Women's Eyes (exhibited at)
  • Queensland Image: Women's visual art of yesterday and today (1887-1995) (exhibited at)
  • Exhibition of paintings by women artists (exhibited at)
  • Exhibition of Australian women painters (exhibited at)