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Name
Lina Bryans
Also known as Lina Hallenstein
Gender
Female
Roles
  • Artist (Painter)
  • Artist (Draughtsman)
Other Occupation
  • painter (ANZSIC code: 9002)
  • translator (ANZSIC code: 6999)
Tags:
Melbourne modernism
Birth date
26 September 1909
Birth place
Hamburg, Germany
Death date
30 September 2000
Death place
Melbourne, Vic.
Arrival
  • 1910 (Toorak, Melbourne)
Residence
  • 1909 - 1910 Hamburg, Germany
  • 1964 Central Australia, NT
  • 1953 America
  • 1947 Harkaway, Vic.
  • c.1930 Darebin, Vic.
  • 1936 South Yarra, Vic.
  • France
  • England
  • c.1910 Toorak, Melbourne
Training
  • 1953 L'Ecole Libre, La Grande Chaumière, France
Languages
  • English
Initial Record Data Source
  • Heritage: The National Women's Art Book

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  • Project 21: Women's Images of Women (exhibited at)
  • Solo Exhibition (exhibited at)
  • Art of Australia 1788-1941 (exhibited at)
  • Herald Exhibition of Outstanding Pictures (exhibited at)
  • Lina Bryans: a retrospective exhibition (exhibited at)
  • The babe is wise: Lina Bryans and her portraits (exhibited at)
  • A l'hombre des jeunes filles et des fleurs: In the shadow of young girls and flowers (exhibited at)
  • Review (exhibited at)
  • Colonial Pastime to Contemporary Profession: 150 years of Australian Women's Art (exhibited at)
  • In the Company of Women: 100 years of Australian women's art from the Cruthers collection (exhibited at)
  • Beyond the Picket Fence: Australian women's art in the National Library collections (exhibited at)
  • Look, Look Again (exhibited at)
  • Modern Australian Women: paintings and prints 1925-1945 (exhibited at)
  • Australian Women Artists, One Hundred Years 1840 -1940 (exhibited at)
  • In the picture: creative Australians from the National Library's portrait collection (exhibited at)
  • Contemporary Art Society: Exhibition 1942 (exhibited at)
  • Retrospective (exhibited at)
  • Project 21: Women's Images of Women (exhibited at)
  • Solo Exhibition (exhibited at)
  • Art of Australia 1788-1941 (exhibited at)
  • Herald Exhibition of Outstanding Pictures (exhibited at)
  • Lina Bryans: a retrospective exhibition (exhibited at)
  • The babe is wise: Lina Bryans and her portraits (exhibited at)
  • A l'hombre des jeunes filles et des fleurs: In the shadow of young girls and flowers (exhibited at)
  • Review (exhibited at)
  • Colonial Pastime to Contemporary Profession: 150 years of Australian Women's Art (exhibited at)
  • In the Company of Women: 100 years of Australian women's art from the Cruthers collection (exhibited at)
  • Beyond the Picket Fence: Australian women's art in the National Library collections (exhibited at)
  • Look, Look Again (exhibited at)
  • Modern Australian Women: paintings and prints 1925-1945 (exhibited at)
  • Australian Women Artists, One Hundred Years 1840 -1940 (exhibited at)
  • In the picture: creative Australians from the National Library's portrait collection (exhibited at)