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Abbold, Charles
Sketcher and cartoonist, Abbold's subjects ranged from scenes of the voyage from England to life on the Victorian goldfields.
Abbott, Barbara, b. 1928
Sydney-based female sketcher, printmaker and textile artist who passed her final assessment in art school by completing an Aboriginal reference workbook she started in her ...
Abbott, C. A.
Cartoonist and lithographer, his professional career centres on the Ballarat Punch, particularly from 1867 to 1870. At various times he was also briefly the magazine's ...
Abbott, Harold, b. 1906
An official war artist during the Second World War, Harold Abbott was an accomplished portraitist who had studied at the Royal Academy of Art in ...
Abbott Roberts, Mary Margaret, b. 1916
Mary Abbott Roberts, who also exhibited under her maiden name of Mary Abbott, was born in Quirindi in rural New South Wales and studied in ...
Abel, August Theodor, b. 1802
This chemist, mineralogist and amateur artist had an interest in religious art. A German immigrant, he settled in Ballarat, becoming an active member of the ...
Abell, Lucia Elizabeth, b. 1802
Sketcher, landowner and adventurer, Abell lived in London, St Helena and on the banks of the Molonglo River, New South Wales. Apart from her landscape ...
Abercrombie, L. B., b.
Abercrombie was a Colonial-era female sketcher who exhibited two works, both portraits of animal heads, in Brisbane in 1894.
Acraman, William, b. 1824
This English artist arrived in South Australia in the mid nineteenth century. A watchmaker and sketcher, he is known for a pencil drawing held in ...
Ada,
Sketcher. As a young girl Miss Ada received a prize for her drawing of a head that was exhibited with the South Australian Society of ...
Adair, Pauline, b. 1949
Pauline Adair is a New Zealand born figurative artist. In 2008 her work was exhibited in 'Africa - Face to Face', a combined exhibition of ...
Adams,
Colonial female sketcher who used pastel and crayon and exhibited a drawing of the Alps in the Melbourne Intercolonial Exhibition of 1875.
Adams, Amy
Female colonial sketcher who won fourth prize for a chalk and crayon drawing that was shown at the Melbourne International exhibition in 1880.
Adams, E. V.
Female colonial painter and a resident of St Kilda, Melbourne, Miss Adams exhibited watercolour sketches with the Victorian Academy of Arts in 1870.
Adams, James, b. 1816
James Adams, and his father, William, worked on a property at Dundas, New South Wales. It is unclear whether James or his father are responsible ...
Adams, William, b. 1776
William Adams and his son James, also an artist, worked on a property at Dundas, New South Wales. It is unclear whether William or James ...
Adamson, James Hazell, b. 1829
This diverse artist practised as a painter, lithographer and professional photographer. His works encompassed portrait, landscape and still life genres. Exhibiting in Adelaide, Melbourne and ...
Adamson, John
Scottish colonial male draughtsman whose sketches and paintings of Melbourne were reproduced as lithographs even after his sudden death at sea en route to Calcutta. ...