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Meenyan Art Gallery

by Sandon, Karen Valerie.

inaugural annual print works on paper show.

Hall, Nancy Adrah, b. 1900
Sydney based painter, craftworker, designer and editor. In July 1924 she published the first issue of the magazine Undergrowth, which recognised many female artists of ...
Dawn Wann
THE HERALD MELBOURNE MON 27 NOV 1950 PG 9 WATER NYMPH BEAUTIES
Brown, Vincent, b. 1901
Vincent Brown's assertation that he was Queensland's first modernist artist in oils was justified but his productive period in this medium lasted no longer than ...
Kahan, Louis, b. 1905
Louis Kahan was a versatile, multi-talented artist and designer. He served in the French Foreign Legion and worked as a tailor in Paris where he ...
Jolliffe, Eric Ernest, b. 1907
Prolific mid 20th century Sydney-based cartoonist and painter and the creator of "Witchetty's Tribe". Despite having a number of close friendships within the Indigenous communities ...
Crowe, Irwin F., b. 1908
Painter and craft worker who shared the West Australian section of the 1959 Perth Prize for Contemporary Art with Maurice Stubbs and was also awarded ...
Erickson, Frederica Lucy, b. 1908
Wildflower painter, botanical illustrator, author, naturalist and teacher whose many honours included the Order of Australia (Gen Div.) for service to the arts and an ...
Frith, John Eric, b. 1908
Mid 20th century Sydney and Melbourne cartoonist, caricaturist and sculptor.
Blair Barber, Elizabeth, b. 1909
Elizabeth Blair Barber was a painter who exhibited with the Perth Society of Artists, the Contemporary Art Society, the Western Australian Women's Society of Fine ...
Russell, Jim, b. 1909
Prolific cartoonist: took over 'The Potts' from Stan Cross; created "Uncle Dick". In 1924 Jim Russell was one of the founders of the original Black ...
Dalgarno, Roy Frederick Leslie, b. 1910
A diverse artist working primarily with drawing and as a printmaker, Roy Dalgarno had a long and varied career. His work mostly depicts the plight ...
Appleton, Jean, b. 1911
Appleton was a painter and craftworker who studied at East Sydney Technical College and at the Westminster School, London. After seeing French sculptor Maillol's work ...
Cotton, Olive, b. 1911
Olive Cotton's black and white photographs are characterised by their use of light to create ambiguity. For most of her life she was better known ...
Gilliland, Hector, b. 1911
Influenced by C├ęzanne, his early watercolours and oils recorded sites around Bathurst, Canberra, Richmond and the pastoral outreaches of Sydney.
Goldfinch, Nancy, b. 1911
Nancy's uncle encouraged her to paint at an early age, providing her with brushes and paints. She painted throughout her life and travelled abroad, eventually ...
Ungar, Thora, b. 1911
20th century painter, lithographer, cartoonist and illustrator, worked for the Australian Women's Weekly during WWII. Original society cartoon drawn for the Bulletin (ML), possibly never ...
Aarons, Anita, b. 1912
Anita Aarons had a diverse career working as a jeweller, sculptor, art administrator, radio commentator, teacher and art editor for an architecture publication, while living ...
Johnson, John Godschall, b. 1912
An artist of diverse media, a world known violin maker and a committed socialist, Johnson was awarded an OAM in 1991 for services to the ...
Tribe, Barbara, b. 1913
Prominent member of group of college sculptors influenced by Rayner Hoff between the wars, known as the 'Hoff School'. Often revolving around the theme of ...