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Grace Crowley

Grace Crowley was an Australian modernist painter. In the 1930s, Crowley was a leader of the second phase of the modern movement in Australian art. Crowley was well educated in Cubism, and her cubist paintings are among her most well-known works. By the 1940s, she was one of the first Australians to explore purely abstract…

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Alice Chapman

Born in Inglewood, Victoria, in 1860, Alice Chapman was the firstborn child with three younger sisters. After her schooling, Chapman began formal artist training at the National Gallery of Victoria Art School from 1876-1886. During her studies, she became a member of the Heidelberg School, which was proactive in the development of Australian impressionism. After…

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Josephine Muntz-Adams

(1862 – 1949) Josephine Muntz-Adams was a distinguished Australian portrait artist. By the time she married Samuel Howard Adams in 1898 at the age of 36, she was already an established artist. They lived in Brisbane, Queensland, where she taught art and continued to paint. Although her husband died in a tragic accident five years…

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Vida Lahey

Born in Pimpama, Queensland, Australia, Lahey is recognized for her vibrant use of colors in her watercolors and oil paintings. Her unique coloring of still life flowers gained her recognition at the Royal Queensland Art Society’s annual exhibitions. She has been described as an artist whose work transcended that of the traditional Victorian genteel lady…

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Clarice Beckett

A member of the Australian Tonalism movement, Clarice Beckett is known for her landscapes of the Australian Coast. Beckett often painted in the early morning or in the evening, in order to capture an atmospheric quality. She also amplified natural effects such as fog, rain, and sunsets. The Australian Tonalism movement focused on representing the…

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