Past and Present. National Women's Art Exhibition 1995

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Stokes, Constance, b. 1906
Stokes' art shows her interest in the human form, in particular the female figure. Her powerful nude female studies are beyond the erotic or decorative, ...
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Serle, Dora Beatrice, b. 1875
Painter and china painter, Serle was active for over 70 years in Geelong and Melbourne though she studied briefly in England. She received most critical ...
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Dent, Aileen Rose, b. 1890
Painter who studied at the National Gallery School in Melbourne from 1909-1916. Known for her portraiture, among Dent's better known sitters is Jean Burns, Australia's ...
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Teague, Violet, b. 1872
A painter and printmaker, spent many of her informative years in Europe. While receiving numerous accolades and awards for her artistic practice, she was the ...
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Wilson, Dora L., b. 1883
Best known for her street scenes showing figures in dappled light, Dora Wilson was also a printmaker who was awarded a silver medal for the ...
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Gude, Eleanor, b. 1915
An accomplished painter from an early age, Eleanor Gude, or Nornie as she was known, took up her studies at the age of 15 before ...
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Waterhouse, Phyl, b. 1917
Painter. Painted portrait of Vida Goldstein in 1944. Partner (later wife) of painter Charles Bush.
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Lee, Lindy, b. 1954
Lindy Lee is an Australian artist of Chinese heritage. Her art began with a critique of the reproductions of European art that give Australians a ...
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Cusack, Edith E., b. 1865
Painter and art teacher. Resident of Sydney, New South Wales.
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Davidson, Bessie, b. 1879
Originally from Adelaide and a student and friend of Margaret Preston, Bessie Davidson was a very successful artist. She spent the majority of her life ...
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Macqueen, Mary, b. 1912
Female watercolour painter and printmaker from Melbourne whose landscapes and pictures of animals have been collected by numerous institutions across the country.
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Burke, Frances, b. 1907
Burke founded Australia's first textile screen-printing business, Burway Prints, Melbourne 1937. Established and managed "New Design" retail outlet, founder member Society of Designers for Industry. ...
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Boyd, Emma Minnie, b. 1858
Often remembered as the matriarch of the artistically gifted Boyd family, Emma Minnie was an artist in her own right, exhibiting prolifically in Australia, and ...
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Bezor, Annette, b. 1950
Annette Bezor was one of the new wave feminist artists to emerge in Adelaide in the 1970s. Her characteristic paintings were studies of voluptuously beautiful ...
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Swan, Louisa J.
Early 20th century Tasmanian painter and craftworker.
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Stoner, Dorothy, b. 1904
Dorothy Stoner supported her career as an artist by teaching art in Tasmania, but she constantly looked to Melbourne, Sydney and Europe for new ways ...
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Lovett, Mildred Esther, b. 1880
Painter, pastellist, lithographer, sculptor and china painter, born in Hobart Lovett succeeded Sydney Long as Julian Ashton's assistant teacher in Sydney. An influential teacher, her ...
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Holmes, Edith Lilla, b. 1893
Painter, she spent most of her life in Tasmania, but also exhibited in Melbourne where her work was popular in the 1930 and 1940s.
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