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Gordon, Dorothy Helen, b. 1907
Brisbane-based painter active during the 1940s who produced still life scenes and watercolour sketches of south-east Queensland locations.
Churcher, Betty, b. 1931
Betty Churcher, who was the first woman to head both a state and national art gallery, had an extraordinary career in arts education and administration ...
Kosvitz, Augustus John, b. 1831
Queensland-based watchmaker, jeweller and metalsmith who produced presentation pieces and jewellery in gold and silver. A former employee of Hogarth, Erichsen & Co., Kosvitz introduced ...
Langer, Gertrude, b. 1908
In 1939 Karl and Gertrude Langer came to Australia as refugees from Vienna. Her subsequent career as both a critic for the Courier-Mail, a collector, ...
Bolot, Aaron, b. 1900
Aaron Bolot was a Crimea-born, Brisbane-educated architect who created many notable residential and commercial buildings in Sydney from the 1930s to the 1960s.
Fine Arts Society
Artist and student-run events, newsletter, exhibition and social group located at the Forgan Smith Tower. Exhibitions including STATE OF THE ART: ART OF THE STATE, ...
Ledwich, Damien, b. 1955
Late 20th century Queensland political cartoonist, Ledwich became a prolific Union-Media cartoonist in Brisbane after drawing cartoons for the University of Queensland's student newspaper Semper ...
Chest of drawers

by Rosenstengel, Edmund.

116 x 103 x 50cm. Purchased 2012 with funds from Miss Valmai Pidgeon through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation. Collection: Queensland Art Gallery

Queensland maple (Flindersia brayleyana) with shaped drawer-fronts, metal wreath handles, Wedgwood plaque, and 'cats-eyes' to carved pull handles. Finely carved with reeded frieze and bound fasces to corners and black shaped vitrolite glass top. Original finish

Bookcase

by Rosenstengel, Edmund.

Presented to the John Oxley Library by Ed Rosenstengel's daughter, artist Paula Rosenstengel.

Queensland maple, silky oak and glass

Hall, Doug, b. 1954
Doug Hall first came to prominence with his curatorial scholarship at Bendigo Art Gallery. Later he was responsible for the transformation of the Queensland Art ...
Entrepot
Architect, design and artist studios, Events, live bands, exhibitions and arts publications including VERSIONS, co-edited by Caroline Stalker.
Heenan, Dianne, b.
Dianne was an active participant in Brisbane's artist-run scene between 1979 and 1985.
ACTIVITIES
UQ Student Union and collaborative artist-run studios, facilities, darkrooms, printmaking, poster making, educational setting. Artists including Brian Doherty, Barbara Campbell, Ted Riggs, Jay Younger.
Queensland Regional Arts Awards touring exhibition

by Krauth, Alinta Kiri.

A 14 month long touring exhibition for finalists and winners of the Queensland Regional Arts Awards. Tours to a series of regional and council galleries.

Ray Whitrod: policeman

by Anderson, Kevin, Hughes, Robin.

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