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Meenyan Art Gallery

by Sandon, Karen Valerie.

inaugural annual print works on paper show.

Duterrau, Benjamin, b. 1767
Duterrau arrived in Australia when he was 65. Already an established artist, he produced many Australian 'firsts' including 'The Conciliation' - the first history painting ...
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Barnet Glass
Barnet Glass was Melbourne-based water proof garment manufacturer amalgamated with Dunlop Perdriau Rubber Company in 1929.
Russell, Robert, b. 1808
Despite Russell's extensive work as a sketcher, amateur photographer, etcher, lithographer, carver, architect and surveyor, he is still better known for his work ethic and ...
Allerding, Frederick, b. 1815
Allerding was a jeweller and amateur photographer known to be in Sydney, NSW in 1872.
Hulme, Edward, b. 1818
Edward Hulme was a painter, lithographer, art teacher, gold-miner and farmer who came to Melbourne with his family in 1856. On arriving he was soon ...
Webster, John, b. 1818
Webster produced sketches during the voyage of the 'Wanderer' in 1851. These were later worked up by George French Angas into twenty-five watercolours, intended as ...
Mann, John Frederick, b. 1819
Colonial era NSW sketcher, amateur photographer and surveyor. In 1846 Mann was second-in-command on Ludwig Leichhardt's second exploring expedition.
Simpkinson, Francis, b. 1819
Francis Guillemard Simpkinson was a painter, diarist and naval officer. In 1845 at the Hobart Town Art Exhibition, (the first major fine arts exhibition in ...
Eustace, Alfred William, b. 1820
The multi-talented Eustace painted scenes of historically important events in north-eastern Victoria. His landscape paintings on gum leaves earned him the title 'Bush Artist' and ...
Snell, Edward, b. 1820
A successful surveyor and engineer as well as a painter and a sketcher, whose move to Australia was significant to his artistic output, beginning with ...
Woodhouse, Frederick, b. 1820
Woodhouse became best known for painting every Melbourne Cup winner for more than thirty years, from 1861. During a long, successful and prolific career, he ...
Raworth, William H., b. 1821
Raworth could never stay still, his migrations were frequent and his residence anywhere rarely exceeded three years. He shifted between New Zealand, Australia and England ...
Barak, William, b. 1824
Wurundjeri Ngurungaeta (headman) and artist, William Barak created over fifty distinctive charcoal drawings with natural ochres and water colour of purely Aboriginal subjects. A politician ...
Douglass, Elizabeth, b. 1825
Elizabeth Douglass worked mainly in miniature portraits on ivory, chalk drawings, watercolour, engraving and oil colour. Her work received recognition at the Geelong Mechanics Institute, ...
Scott, Margaret Cochrane, b. 1825
Late colonial-era Adelaide painter and cartoonist. Most of her art work appears to have been small in scale with numerous flower studies painted on green ...
Strutt, William, b. 1825
Strutt was a productive and versatile painter and a founding member of the Victorian Society of Fine Arts. His most famous painting is undoubtedly 'Black ...
MacCormac, Andrew, b. 1826
Male colonial painter of portraits, a few landscape and genre paintings, who mainly worked in South Australia, portraying the upper classes.
Campbell, Marrianne Collinson, b. 1827
Painter, decorative artist and amateur architect in Duntroon, Canberra. Painted meticulously executed botanical paintings and was known for her medical dispensary.
Henderson, John Black, b. 1827
Late colonial-era painter, sketcher, comic illustrator, amateur photographer and surveyor. A founding member of the Victorian Academy of Arts in 1870, Henderson showed six landscapes ...