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Baker, R. T., b. 1854
Baker was educated in UK arriving Australia in 1879. As a curator at the Technological Museum, Baker became a great supporter of the use of ...
Aldenhoven, Dietrich Wilhelm E., b. 1855
German-born art dealer in late 19th and early 20th century Sydney
Rubbo, Antonio Dattilo, b. 1870
Italian born artist and teacher who arrived in Sydney in 1897 and was instrumental in the establishment of the Manly Art Gallery and Museum in ...
McClelland, Cyril John, b. 1882
Auctioneer and gallery director, partner in Decoration Co., Melbourne.
Skinner, Rose, b. 1900
Rose Skinner was an art-dealer. She ran Skinner Galleries in Perth.
Annand, Douglas, b. 1903
One of Australia's best known graphic and poster artists, Douglas Annand also had a distinguished career as a camouflage artist during the Second World War. ...
Sherwood, Gwen, b. 1904
Playwright and actor Gwen Sherwood worked as Clerk at the then National Art Gallery of New South Wales during the 1940s. In mid 1944 Sherwood, ...
Lucas, Theo, b. 1905
Melbourne based gallery and café manager who was also active in anti-censorship and other civil liberty campaigns during the 1930s
Missingham, Hal, b. 1906
Western Australian born painter, photographer, illustrator and author. He also had an active interest in design issues authoring a book, "Design Focus" for architects, craftworkers ...
Moriarty, Stanley Gordon, b. 1906
Melbourne-born, Sydney-based designer and advertising agent whose collection of Papua New Guinean art and artefacts played a significant role in Australia's understanding of Melanesian art ...
Langer, Gertrude, b. 1908
In 1939 Karl and Gertrude Langer came to Australia as refugees from Vienna. Her subsequent career as both a critic for the Courier-Mail, a collector, ...
Hoff, Ursula, b. 1909
Hoff took a Doctorate in Hamburg, Germany and in Australia, she became assistant curator, Prints and Drawings, National Gallery of Australia. By 1949, she was ...
Fletcher, Marion, b. 1910
Fletcher trained at the Edinburgh College of Art, arriving in Australia in 1947. She worked as a textile designer with Vida Turner, Melbourne, later teaching ...
Haines, Robert Keith Reeves, b. 1910
Robert Haines was a curator & educator pioneering the integration/exhibition of design objects with fine arts. Haines was also an exhibiting painter. He managed Georges ...
Thomas, Laurie, b. 1915
Laurie Thomas was a pioneer for professional standards in the two state galleries he headed, Art Gallery of Western Australia and the Queensland Art Gallery. ...