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Name
Olive Cotton
Also known as Olive Edith Cotton
Gender
Female
Roles
  • Artist
Birth date
1911
Death date
September 2003
Death place
NSW
Active Period
  • c.1922 - c.2000
Residence
  • 1946 - 1964 Koorawatha near Cowra, NSW
  • c.1911 - c.1946 Sydney, NSW
Training
  • 1930 - 1934 University of Sydney, Sydney, NSW
  • 1921 - 1929 Methodist Ladies College, Burwood, Sydney, NSW
Languages
  • English
Initial Record Data Source
  • Heritage: The National Women's Art Book

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Related events
  • Olive Cotton Photographs 1924-1984 (exhibited at)
  • Australian Women Photographers 1890-1950 (None)
  • Silver and Grey (exhibited at)
  • London Salon of Photography (exhibited at)
  • Review (exhibited at)
  • In a certain light: Clarice Beckett and Olive Cotton (exhibited at)
  • Women and Art (exhibited at)
  • Beyond the Picket Fence: Australian women's art in the National Library collections (exhibited at)
  • Women hold up half the sky (exhibited at)
  • In the picture: creative Australians from the National Library's portrait collection (exhibited at)
  • Olive Cotton Photographs 1924-1984 (exhibited at)
  • Australian Women Photographers 1890-1950 (None)
  • Silver and Grey (exhibited at)
  • London Salon of Photography (exhibited at)
  • Review (exhibited at)
  • In a certain light: Clarice Beckett and Olive Cotton (exhibited at)
  • Women and Art (exhibited at)
  • Beyond the Picket Fence: Australian women's art in the National Library collections (exhibited at)
  • Women hold up half the sky (exhibited at)