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Allan, Joseph Stuart, b. 1861
Federation and Edwardian-era painter, poster and theatre designer and cartoonist. Allan was active in Sydney, NSW, and Wellington, New Zealand.
Allport, Curzona Frances Louise, b. 1860
Tasmanian born printmaker Curzona Frances Louise (Lily) Allport found success in London, after studying in Paris.
Aspden, David, b. 1935
The largely self-taught painter, David Aspden, established his reputation in the 1960s by painting lyrically beautiful abstracts. In the context of the time, they were ...
Barratt, Constance Mary, b. 1915
Art leather worker, china painter and art teacher. Barratt was a member of the West Australian Women's Society of Fine Arts and Crafts where she ...
Brim, Zaphne M., b. 1925
Exhibited with the Western Australian Women's Society of Fine Arts and Crafts in 1960.
Gordon, Clive
Gordon was a china painter and artist-decorator for Bristile's 'Wembley Ware'.
Heine, Martin, b. 1957
Born in Villingen in the Black Forest in Germany, Heine is best known for his reverse painting style in which paintings are literally painted from ...
Johnson, Michael, b. 1938
Michael Johnson's work is marked by a metaphysical orchestration of colour and a muscularity of presence. His paintings (and occasional works in three dimensions) are ...
Livesey, Alice Mary, b. 1928
Alice Mary Livesey was born in 1928. Sh was a china painter, potter, watercolorist, printmaker and teacher. She exhibited with the Western Australian Women's Society ...
Lukey, Alfred V.
Mrs Alfred V. Lukey exhibited oil paintings, china painting and metalwork with the West Australian Society of Arts in 1904. Two Lukey daughters were art ...
Powditch, Peter, b. 1942
Sydney born Peter Powditch first painted his celebrations of the beach and bikini culture in the late 1960s. In 1981 he was appointed a Member ...
Shaw, Marina Philomena, b. 1903
Painter, china painter, ceramic sculptor and designer who in the1940s won a scholarship to the Slade School of Art but was unable to take it ...
Tribe, John E., b. 1904
Tribe was sent to the sanatorium at Wooroloo where he took art therapy under Guy Grey Smith. He won the Claude Hotchin Art Prize twice.
McCubbin, Frederick, b. 1855
From the 1880s, when his first mature work was painted, until just before his death in 1917, Frederick McCubbin painted some of Australia's most loved ...
Bennett, Dorothy, b. 1923
Dorothy Bennett was introduced to Aboriginal art when she was a medical secretary accompanying Dr Stuart Scougall on an excursion to the Northern Territory. She ...
Goatcher, James, b. 1879
Artist and theatre scene painter and designer who was a member of the Royal Art Society of New South Wales and of the West Australian ...
Kraus, Tunni, b. 1984
Tunni Kraus is a contemporary Melbourne-based multidisciplinary artist.
Harpur, Royston, b. 1938
Painter and poet, Royston Harpur's work has consistently shown his admiration of Japanese Zen gestural abstract forms.
Owen, Robert George, b. 1937
Artist, Robert Owen's practice includes sculpture, painting, photography, installation and major public commissions. He has been awarded a John Moore’s Liverpool Exhibition 7 UK prize ...