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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
I'Anson, Jessie Rebecca, b. 1862
Accomplished South Australian lacemaker and needlewoman. I'Anson was widowed at 36, and used her skills to support herself and her family for the remainder of ...
Hayne, Lousia M., b. 1863
Painter, art teacher and theosophist, she had a daughter with naturopath Don Le Friemann and lived with his wife and daughter in an un-orthodox relationship. ...
Fristrom, Clas Edvard, b. 1864
Early 20th century Swedish born painter. Lived and worked in Brisbane, Auckland and California. Fristrom died on 27 March 1950 in San Anselmo, California.
Payne, Ellen Nora, b. 1865
Ellen Nora Payne was a painter and wood-carver. In 1891 she moved to Melbourne and studied under the Art Nouveau carver, Robert Prenzel. Payne also ...
Ward, J. E., b. 1866
Late colonial period cartoonist and illustrator. Painter of Birds of Paradise and native life in Papua.
Dods, Mary Mariam, b. 1867
A woodcarver and embroiderer, Mary Dods actively contributed to the interior designs of her husbands architectural projects. An American by birth she used Australian motifs ...
Macdonald, Mary, b. 1868
Mary MacDonald possibly had the most extensive production for a Harvey School potter as she attended Harvey's classes for some 25 years. As well as ...
Baker, Christina Asquith, b. 1869
Portrait and figure painter who studied in Paris and in Melbourne at the National Gallery School under Frederick McCubbin. Baker was still exhibiting at the ...
Fleay, Maude Edith Victoria, b. 1869
A painter who studied under Frederick McCubbin, Glover was regarded for her natural history subject matter. She was also a writer and music teacher, and ...
Bloxam, Ethel Annie, b. 1870
Ethel Annie Bloxam was a founding member of the South Australian Society of Arts in 1892 and a frequent exhibitor, showing her work regularly until ...
Lindsay, Percy, b. 1870
Painter and illustrator, working in Creswick, Melbourne, Sydney and regional NSW. Eldest artistic member of the Lindsay siblings whose most admired works are his sensitive ...
Alsop, Edith Annie Mary, b. 1871
Painter, illustrator and printmaker who studied at the Central School of Arts in London and under André Lhôte in Paris. Despite her formal fine art ...
Griffin, Marion, b. 1871
Working in the same league as Frank Lloyd Wright and Hermann von Holst, Marion eventually married and worked with Walter Burley Griffin on public and ...
Long, Sydney, b. 1871
Sydney Long established an early reputation in the 1890s as a painter of decorative Art Nouveau landscape and mythological subjects. Later, in London, some of ...