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Ahlston, C. R.
Colonial craftworker from Sydney Technical College whose imitation marble inlaid panels were exhibited as part of the home decorating displays for the 1887 Adelaide Jubilee ...
Crowe, Irwin F., b. 1908
Painter and craft worker who shared the West Australian section of the 1959 Perth Prize for Contemporary Art with Maurice Stubbs and was also awarded ...
Lefroy, Gerald dé Courcy, b. 1819
Gerald dé Courcy Lefroy was born in 1819. He was a landowner, amateur craftsperson using straw, wood and other materials.
Leviny, Mary, b. 1869
Eldest of the Leviny sisters of Buda House, Castlemaine, Victoria. The Leviny family was renowned for arts and crafts.
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 ...
Bolster, Margaret, b. 1932
Bolster founded the Aladdin Gallery, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney with Thomas Bolster in 1964 (some sources cite 1967). The gallery exhibited work from Asia and the ...
Harcourt, Clewin, b. 1870
Clewin Harcourt had a successful early career as an artist, both in Australia and in Europe. In his later years he lived a life of ...
Aladdin Gallery
The Aladdin Gallery, Elizabeth Bay, Sydney was founded by Margaret Bolster and Thomas Bolster in 1964 (some sources cite 1967). The gallery exhibited work from ...
School of Society of Arts and Crafts
The 'School of Society of Arts and Crafts' advertised its programme and tutors in an advertisement in Art and Design 1, Ure Smith, 1949, p.76, ...
Boyd, Merric, b. 1888
Merric Boyd's organic decorative ceramics led him to be credited as the father of studio pottery in Australia. He was also a dominant figure in ...
School of Society of Arts and Crafts
An advertisement in "Art and Design One", Ure Smith, 1949 lists instruction in drawing, design, lettering, embroidery and interior decoration. Instructors include Amie Kingston, Thea ...
Lost arts of the 70s

by Golland, Karen.

Group exhibition including work by Tracy Sorensen, Karen Golland and Michelle Stockwell http://www.karengolland.com/lost-arts-of-the-1970s.html http://lostartsofthe1970s.blogspot.com.au