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Feint, Adrian, b. 1894
Feint was a painter, printmaker, bookplate designer and illustrator who provided illustrations for a range of books and journals and was well-known for his bookplates. ...
Hawthorne, Heliodore, b. 1895
Painter, teacher and co-founder of Undergrowth: A Magazine of Youth and Ideals, 1925-1929. Worked at the Small Arms Factory, Lithgow NSW manufacturing guns 1942-1945 and ...
McGrath, Eileen, b. 1907
McGrath was awarded the first Art Diploma (Sculpture Honours), at East Sydney Technical College. She studied under Raynor Hoff, and left Australia in 1933, studying ...
Sumner, Alan, b. 1911
Sumner was a painter, printmaker and stained glass designer. He was well known for his silkscreen prints which exhibited first in Melbourne and sold in ...
Foster, Una, b. 1912
Foster was a painter, printmaker and textile artist. She studied at East /Sydney Technical College (diploma 1934), later in England 1950-51. Her work was widely ...
King, Grahame, b. 1915
Born in Melbourne in 1915, Grahame King was an artist-printmaker who significantly contributed to the field of printmaking in Australia. He taught lithography to generations ...
Salkauskas, Henry, b. 1925
Henry Salkauskas. originally Henrikas Salkauskas was one of the generation of post World War II immigrant artists who had a profound and lasting impact on ...
Sellbach, Udo, b. 1927
Udo Sellbach was a printmaker and a founding member of the Print Council of Australia and the Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board.
Harvey, Anthony John Heriot, b. 1930
Harvey was a designer,sculptor, cartoonist, illustrator, print-maker, map maker and author. He also had an extensive career as an educator in Victoria. Especially noted for ...
Elliott, Margaret, b. 1934
Elliott is described as the designer of a "spectacular ceramic mural" for the "Club Bar" at the Chevron Hotel, Potts Point ca.1960 and her age ...
Maddock, Bea, b. 1934
Bea Maddock was one of the nation's most accomplished contemporary printmakers. She worked across a range of media including encaustic painting, screen-printing, drypoint, handmade paper ...
Dawson, Janet, b. 1935
Painter, printmaker and designer working in the mid twentieth century. She studied at the National Gallery School in the 1950s and joined the stable of ...
Leach-Jones, Alun, b. 1937
Alun Leach-Jones was one of the generation of artists who helped define Australian colourfield art in the 1960s. Hie first came to prominence exhibiting in ...
Senbergs, Jan Feliks, b. 1939
Jan Senbergs is one of that remarkable generation of European refugee immigrants whose sensibility so influenced Australian culture. His work has been featured in numerous ...
Leti, Bruno, b. 1941
Bruno Leti is a well-known artist working in the field of printmaking, with a prior career in art education. He was born in Italy, emigrated ...
Schmeisser, Jörg, b. 1942
Jörg Schmeisser, etcher, is thought to have taught print making to Albert Namatjira Jnr while visiting Arnhem Land in 1976 and to Narratjin Maymuru and ...
Parr, Mike, b. 1945
Working across a range of media that includes performance, installation, sculpture, drawing, drypoint etching and photography, Mike Parr is regarded as one of the most ...
Arnold, Raymond, b. 1950
Printmaker, winner of the 2001 Geelong Print Prize. Arnold's art has previously referenced the work of gay activist Rodney Croome and his MFA research focused ...
Greyson, Jenny, b. 1951
Greyson is an artist and teacher with an intensive career in teaching in South Australia. In addition to her art and print design, she also ...
Klein, Deborah, b. 1951
A printmaker whose woodblock and linocut prints have been widely published. Klein was Highly Commended in the 1996 Silk Cut Acquisitive Award for Linocut Prints. ...