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Bustard, William, b. 1891
Painter, printmaker, stained-glass artist, illustrator and poster designer. He was profoundly influenced by York Minster with its medieval glass and music, he studied at the ...
Armstrong, Pat , b. 1980
Designer and printmaker
Debenham, Pamela Elizabeth, b. 1955
Tasmanian-born printmaker and painter, taught and practiced printmaking at the Sydney University Art Workshop in the 1980s. Many of her works are now held in ...
Kelly, Harry, b. 1896
Kelly is best known as the designer of the poster 'Tasmania: The Switzerland of the South', published by the Tasmanian Government Tourist Bureau in the ...
Marshall, J. Miller
Artist who designed a colour lithograph poster about Phillip Island for the Victorian Railways.
Scorfield, Edward Scafe, b. 1882
Mid 20th century Sydney Bulletin cartoonist, poster designer and etcher. Before migrating to Australia in 1925 Scorfield played rugby for England and served in the ...
Mackay, Jan, b. 1950
Jan MacKay was an activist feminist printmaker working in the Tin Sheds at the University of Sydney in the 1970s.
Beck, Richard, b. 1912
Beck practised as an industrial designer and graphic artist in the UK and Australia. He designed travel posters for the Orient Line, London Transport, stamps ...
Callaghan, Michael, b. 1952
Michael Callaghan's political posters helped define urban dissent in the 1970s. Later he founded Redback Graphix and created the popular health poster figure 'Condoman'.
Mayo, Eileen, b. 1906
Female artist of the Slade School and Académie Montmartre who studied under Henry Moore and Ferdinand Léger. Mayo briefly produced tourist posters in Australia after ...
Sharp, Martin, b. 1942
Late 20th century Sydney artist. Sharp's 1964 cartoon "The Word Spread Round the Arms", published in "Oz" was seen to breach the Obscene and Indecent ...
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. ...