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Meenyan Art Gallery

by Sandon, Karen Valerie.

inaugural annual print works on paper show.

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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
Lynch, Henrietta, b. 1871
Painter, lived at the Royal Bull's Head Inn, Drayton, near Toowoomba, Queensland, Hettie lived there until she married and, apparently, again as a widow (Mrs ...
Rischbieth, Bessie Mabel, b. 1874
An early activist for womens' rights, a theosophist and life long feminist, Bessie Mabel Rischbieth was a well known figure in Perth. Her early training ...
Preston, Margaret, b. 1875
Margaret Preston specialised in still life subjects, seeking to reinvent the genre, with inspiration from Aboriginal art and Australian native flowers, but she also made ...
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 ...
Templeton, Peter Smith, b. 1875
Peter Templeton worked in the visual arts for more than sixty years as a commercial artist and watercolourist. He was made a lifetime member of ...
Maund, John Williams, b. 1876
John Maund (1876-1962) was a Sydney based watercolourist, arts administrator, solicitor and art collector.
O'Connor, Kathleen, b. 1876
A painter who spent much of her life in Paris, exhibiting regularly at the Salon d'Automne. She painted mainly still lifes and portraits but also ...
Gibbs, May, b. 1877
Creator of the famous tales of Snugglepot and Cuddlepie, the Gumnut babies, Gibbs began her career as a cartoonist and hoped to be recognised as ...
Grant, Gwendolyn, b. 1877
She embraced no radical modernist philosophy; her belief in the virtues of restraint, knowledge, study and, indeed, the moral significance and nobility of art, tempered ...
Heysen, Hans, b. 1877
German-born, Adelaide-based painter. Probably more than any other artist, Hans Heysen changed the way Australia saw the gum tree, as for many, many years his ...
Bell, George Frederick Henry, b. 1878
The artist George Bell is best known for his influential role as a teacher in Melbourne and his promotion of modernism in Australia.
Vanzetti, Francesco, b. 1878
Artist, designer, metalsmith, architect, farmer, research officer and lecturer. He designed the "Certificate of Award" for the Coolgardie exhibition of 1899. Vanzetti also designed a ...