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Illustrator and engraver, born in Victoria, began his career in 1891 as a wood engraver for John Fairfax and worked as a staff artist on the Sydney Mail. Was in the Grafton Galleries' 'Exhibition of Australian Art in London' 1898, and moved to England in 1902.
illustrator and engraver, was born in Victoria. He began his career in 1891 as a wood engraver for John Fairfax and worked as a staff artist on the Sydney Mail . The Grafton Galleries’ 'Exhibition of Australian Art in London’ 1898 included 'J. Hall-Thorpe, The Society of Artists, Sydney, cat.257, Castlereagh Street, Sydney , cat.259. Centennial Park Gates , cat. 260, The Synagogue, Sydney , and others (all apparently paintings).’ He worked as a commercial and newspaper artist in England from 1902.
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