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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 ...
Walker, Mary Augusta, b. 1856
As a portrait painter, Walker trained in Europe at institutions such as the Slade School in London and Colarossi's in Paris. She received commissions from ...
Cole, Chassie, b. 1857
Charlotte Ann Reeve Cole (Chassie) showed an early interest in art and began entering various exhibitions, including Ballarat Juvenile Exhibition of 1878. She won medals ...
Dean, Thomas, b. 1857
Sydney based railway fettler and amateur oil painter with an art career lasting over sixty years. Dean was a regular exhibitor with the (Royal) Art ...
Mack, Maggie Pinkie, b. 1858
Weaver, singer and historian, collaborated with Ron and Catherine Berndt in their work of recording the old ways of the Yaraldi in 'A World That ...
Lister, William Lister, b. 1859
As well as being a prolific landscape artist, Lister was President of the Royal Art Society of NSW and a trustee of the National Art ...
Allport, Curzona Frances Louise, b. 1860
Painter and printmaker in Tasmania. Second daughter of Morton Allport, a Hobart solicitor and well-known amateur photographer. On 12 February 1894, the Mercury stated that ...
Allport, Curzona Frances Louise, b. 1860
Tasmanian born printmaker Curzona Frances Louise (Lily) Allport found success in London, after studying in Paris.
Francis, Caroline, b. 1860
Despite spending a number of years studying painting at the National Gallery School in Melbourne in the late 1880s and early 1890s, Francis was to ...
Rae, Iso, b. 1860
Critics have claimed that expatriate Isobel Rae 'carried her impressionist style too far'. Nevertheless, her paintings possessed a 'rare charm and poetry' combined with 'harmonious ...
Southern, Clara, b. 1860
Clara Southern, painter, studied at the National Gallery of Victoria's Art Schools in 1883-87 under Frederick McCubbin and George Folingsby. Fellow students included Josephine Muntz-Adams, ...
à Beckett, Constance Matilda, b. 1860
Colonial female who painted for distraction, while her family was parodied in her nephew's novels as the product of a nouveau-riche convict father, whose descendants ...
Card, Mary, b. 1861
Designer and 'crochet pattern designer'. By 1917 Mary Card was a celebrity. In the early to mid 1920s Card moved to a small village outside ...
Pitt Morison, George, b. 1861
Melbourne-born painter and curator who associated with Arthur Streeton. In 1890 he went to Paris where he studied at the Academie Julian under Lefébvre and ...
Todd, Sarah Squire, b. 1861
Wood-carver and needleworker, her artworks were included in the 1907 Exhibition of Women's Work at Melbourne, after studying at the Hobart Technical College. The inspiration ...
Vibert, Philip Henry, b. 1861
Cabinetmaker who was apprenticed to Henry Bridge in 1881. He had his own cabinetmaking business in Fitzgerald Street Perth by 1916. Here he had a ...
Boyd, Arthur Merric, b. 1862
Arthur Merric Boyd Sr. was the pater familias of a prolific and talented artistic family that is still producing art to the present day.