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Name
Alun Leach-Jones
Gender
Male
Roles
  • Artist (Painter)
  • Artist (Printmaker)
Other Occupation
  • Lecturer (ANZSIC code: 810) 1967 - 1970 Prahran College of Fine Arts, Melbourne, VIC
  • Lecturer (ANZSIC code: 810) 1971 - 1976 Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, Victoria
  • Lecturer (ANZSIC code: 810) c.1978 - 1997 College of Fine Arts, University of NSW, Paddington, Sydney, NSW
Birth date
1937
Birth place
England, UK
Active Period
  • 1963 -
Arrival
  • 1959
Residence
  • c.1937 - c.1957 North Wales, UK
  • 1957 - 1959 Liverpool, UK
  • 1960 - 1963 Adelaide, South Australia
  • 1964 - 1965 Europe
  • 1966 - 1977 Melbourne, Vic.
  • 1977 - Sydney, NSW
Training
  • 1957 - 1959 Liverpool Academy, Liverpool, England, UK
  • 1960 - 1963 South Australian School of Art, Adelaide, SA
Cultural Heritage
  • Welsh

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Related events
  • 1968, National Gallery of Australia (exhibited at)
  • 'The Field' (exhibited at)
  • Survey paintings 1964-1976 (exhibited at)
  • The prints of Alun Leach-Jones 1966-1986 (exhibited at)
  • Survey exhibition: Ball, Baldessin, Senbergs, Leach-Jones (exhibited at)
  • Alun Leach-Jones screen prints (exhibited at)
  • Alun Leach-Jones (exhibited at)
  • Alun Leach-Jones: everyman, the invention of signs (exhibited at)
  • The Mirror Waratah Festival Art Competition '66 (exhibited at)
  • Alun Leach-Jones: Paintings (exhibited at)
  • Stock Show (exhibited at)
  • 1968, National Gallery of Australia (exhibited at)
  • 'The Field' (exhibited at)
  • Survey paintings 1964-1976 (exhibited at)
  • The prints of Alun Leach-Jones 1966-1986 (exhibited at)
  • Survey exhibition: Ball, Baldessin, Senbergs, Leach-Jones (exhibited at)
  • Alun Leach-Jones screen prints (exhibited at)
  • Alun Leach-Jones (exhibited at)
  • Alun Leach-Jones: everyman, the invention of signs (exhibited at)
  • The Mirror Waratah Festival Art Competition '66 (exhibited at)
  • Alun Leach-Jones: Paintings (exhibited at)