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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…

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George Washington Lambert

George Washington Lambert (1873-1930) was an Australian painter and illustrator. He was an artist of the late 1890s and early 20th century who was known for painting rural landscapes and…

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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…

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Julian Ashton

Julian Rossi Ashton (1851-1942) was an English-Australian painter who was prominent at the turn of the 20th century. He is best remembered for pioneering the spread of Australian Impressionism. Ashton…

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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…

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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…

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Arthur Streeton

Arthur Streeton (1867-1943) was an Australian landscape painter. He was known for his scenes of the Australian countryside through the use of light effects and space. He was a prevalent…

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Roy de Maistre

Known for his early work with \”color music,\” de Maistre was one of the first purely abstract Australian artists. His later works were influenced by Cubism.

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Charles Blackman

Charles Blackman (1928-2018) was an Australian painter known for his surreal and literary-infused paintings. He was known for being Australia’s most well-known figurative painter. Blackman started his art training by…

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Blamire Young

Blamire Young (1862-1935) was an Australian/English watercolorist at the turn of the 20th century. He specialized in landscapes and was a poster designer and an illustrator. He was known as…

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Elioth Gruner

Winner of Australia\’s Wynne Prize for landscape painting seven times.

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Rupert Bunny

Rupert Bunny (1864-1947) was an Australian painter in the second half of the 19th century. He was known for being one of the most prolific Australian-born artists. His style of…

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Tom Roberts

Tom Roberts was born on March 8th, 1856 in Dorchester, England. His art career did not begin until 1869 when he moved to Australia and began studying at the National…

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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…

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J.J. Hilder

J.J. Hilder was born in 1881 in Queensland, Australia. He first studied art at Brisbane Grammar between 1895 and 1897 under Jame Cowan. He was then forced to work in…

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