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Clark, Jane
Jane Clark with Bridget Whitelaw curated Golden Summers, the groundbreaking exhibition of Australian Impressionism. She later became the research curator for David Walsh's innovative MONA ...
Gray, Anna, b. 1947
Anna Gray is the Head of Australian Art at the National Gallery of Australia. Originally from Western Australia she has been critical in bringing the ...
Butler, Roger
As the first Curator of Australian Prints and Drawings at the National Gallery of Australia, Roger Butler both shaped the country's most extensive collection of ...
Finemore, Brian, b. 1925
Brian Finemore was the first curator of Australian art. He both shaped the collection of the National Gallery of Victoria and mentored a new generation ...
Ironside, Adelaide Eliza, b. 1831
Adelaide Ironside was was the first Australian artist to leave home to advance her career in Europe. Her mature work earned her an audience with ...
Caldwell, John, b. 1942
John Caldwell is one of Australia's master landscape artists, with more than forty solo exhibitions, twice selected for the AGNSW Wynne prize, & receiving numerous ...
Drysdale, Russell, b. 1912
Russell Drysdale painted some of the iconic landscapes of the Australian outback, and in the 1940s his paintings and drawings enabled city people to see ...
Smith, Margaret Anne, b. 1945
Smith was a documentary film maker and a member of the Sydney Film-makers Coop. She founded her company, Smith Street Films, in 1987 and created ...
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. ...
Whitelaw, Bridget Elizabeth, b. 1950
Bridget Whitelaw will long be remembered as one of the two curators who created Golden Summers, the first exhibition to define Australian Impressionism. Her career ...
Ten Australians

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Ten Australians, an international touring Europe in 1974. Curated by Patrick McCaughey.

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 ...
Baily, John, b. 1927
John Baily was Director of the Art Gallery of South Australia during the Dunstan years. Nationally he endeared himself to artists and curators for his ...
McCubbin, Frederick, b. 1855
From the 1880s, when his first mature work was painted, until just before his death in 1917, Frederick McCubbin painted some of Australia's most loved ...
Nolan, Sidney, b. 1917
Sir Sidney Nolan, the son of a Melbourne tram driver, became one of Australia's most celebrated and honoured artists. His Ned Kelly series made him ...
Taft-Hendry, Senta, b. 1924
Taft-Hendry was initially an art collector, later opening Galleries Primitiff, Woollahra in 1959, touring works from Papua New Guinea internationally in the 1960s. She formed ...
Withers, Walter, b. 1854
The English born painter Walter Withers is known for his moody landscapes of the Victorian landscape around Heidelberg, Eaglemont and Creswick. In the brotherhood of ...
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