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Bolland, Julie K.
Exhibited with the Western Australian Women's Society of Fine Arts and Crafts from 1945 to at least 1959.
Cotton, Emma
Emma Cotton was a china painter. She exhibited with the West Australian Society of Arts and Western Australian Women's Society of Fine Arts and Crafts. ...
Forbes, Louisa May
A painter and active member of the Western Australian Women's Society of Fine Arts and Crafts who also became a well-known china painter.
Kingsley-Strack, Joan, b. 1892
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 ...
Munt, Ethel, b. 1870
China painter who was born in Adelaide, South Australia. She studied art, learning oil painting from James Ashton. Ethel was active in the 1930s and ...
Pericles, Alma
Associated with the West Australian Women's Society of Fine Arts and Crafts.
Robison, Oenwen Joan, b. 1924
Artist who was a student of Flora Landells and graduate and teacher at the Perth Technical School.
Sanders, Ethel D.
Watercolour and oils painter who exhibited with West Australian Society of Arts, Perth Society of Artists, Victorian Art Society and the Launceston Art Society.
Clarke, May
May Clarke was china painter and woodcarver. She studied woodcarving at Perth Technical School in 1917. Clarke's teacher was J. W. R. Linton.
Lang, Jean Euphemia, b. 1912
Jean Euphemia Lang was born in 1912. She was an illustrator, painter, china painter, potter, teacher and historian. In 1991 she was awarded Citizen of ...
Lutz, Agnes Gray, b. 1881
Agnes Gray Lutz was a potter, china painter, and painter based in Western Australia.
Southern, Muriel, b. 1890
Muriel Southern was born around 1890. She was a painter, art teacher, occasional china painter and craft worker who in 1935 organised the Perth Arts ...
Taylor, Violet, b. 1905
Wildflower painter and embroiderer. The family hold a number of pieces of her work and these range from oil and watercolour paintings of wildflowers, china ...
Allport, Curzona Frances Louise, b. 1860
Tasmanian born printmaker Curzona Frances Louise (Lily) Allport found success in London, after studying in Paris.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Shore, Arnold, b. 1897
Influential mid 20th century Melbourne modernist painter, teacher, critic and cartoonist. Shore began his career designing stained glass. In the 1920s he consistently supported Post-Impressionist ...
David Strachan

by Strachan, David.

National retrospective touring exhibition of David Strachan's paintings and etchings. Curated by Daniel Thomas for the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Because of Strachan's ...