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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Parsons, Alise M., b. 1836
Alise M. Parsons was a pokerworker and painter on wood and fabrics. In 1916 she joined the Society of Arts and Crafts of NSW and ...
Field, Margaret Ann, b. 1842
A painter and embroiderer who dedicated much of her life to the development of a new form of crocheted lace. An amateur astronomer, she wrote ...
Mathewson, Thomas, b. 1842
Scottish colonial male orphan who set up a photography business after being taught by an Ipswich reverend. By the time he died, his horse driven ...
à Beckett, Edward, b. 1844
Colonial painter of landscapes who was painted in the act of painting by Emma Minne Boyd, matriarch of the influential family of artists.
Halhed, Harriet, b. 1850
Australian-born painter in the Edwardian style; trained in UK and France. Associated with Chelsea bohemian set and Arts and Craft Movement.
Barnes, William Rodney, b. 1851
Early 20th century cartoonist, painter, illustrator and theatrical designer; active in Melbourne, New Zealand and America.
Goatcher, Phil, b. 1851
Philip W. Goatcher (known as Phil), theatrical scene painter, was born in England in 1851, trained in 1867 as an apprentice scene painter in Melbourne, ...
White, John, b. 1851
Training in Melbourne in the 1860s and Edinburgh in the 1870s White's landscape, portrait and genre subject paintings were exhibited at the Royal Academy and ...
Clarke, Marian, b. 1853
Clarke was a school headmistress and painter who completed four watercolours on two mounts c.1870-1930, each signed 'M.C.' that was bequeathed to the State Library ...
Grainger, Joseph Harry, b. 1853
J.H. Grainger was one of the original exhibitors at the Queensland Art Society and made a significant contribution to the development of art in early ...
Loureiro, Arthur Jose De Souza, b. 1853
Academic symbolist and plein-air painter, Loureiro came to Melbourne after studying and living in Portugal, Rome and Paris. In Australia he established an association with ...
Fiveash, Rosa, b. 1854
A painter and etcher who lived her whole life in North Adelaide. An accomplished botanical illustrator and flower painter Fiveash was also a pioneer of ...
Barnet, Nahum, b. 1855
Nahum Barnet was an architect practicing in Melbourne during the late 19th century.
Doepel, Alexander, b. 1856
Alexander Doepel was born in 1856. He was a painter and sculptor who exhibited with the West Australian Society of Arts.
Roberts, Tom, b. 1856
One of Australia's most iconic painters, Tom Roberts was an early champion of plein-air painting and together with Frederick McCubbin, Roberts helped establish the famous ...