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Moult-Spiers, Raymond Leon , b. 1920
Moult-Spiers began his career with an exhibition of pictures with the “Contemporary Art Society” in 1946. He was a student of art at East Sydney ...
Coulson, Oswald Hillam, b. 1872
Coulson's career began ca.1903. Following enlistment for the 1914-18 War he produced photographic work for the AFC and began painting ca.1916. After the war, Coulson ...
Woodward-Smith, S., b. 1905
Woodward-Smith was a NSW painter exhibiting in the late 1920s, with his first solo exhibition held at the Grosvenor Gallery, Sydney in 1934. A mural ...
Belobrajdic, Tony , b. 1958
Belobrajdic works in oils, watercolours and etching. He started exhibiting in late seventies and had his first solo show in 1983 in Croatia. Toni relocated ...
Gibbons, Geoff, b. 1947
Geoff Gibbons is a printmaker & painter, arts educator and art historian in South Australia. He has also taught at the Adelaide Central School of ...
Miksevicius, Jurgis, b. 1923
Miksevicius trained at Darmstadt Werkstaetten, Germany immigrating to Australia in 1948. He exhibited initially with a Baltic-associated group "Six Directions" and took up teaching art ...
Officer, Mervyn, b. 1906
Mervyn Officer is described as a commercial artist in an 1941 obituary for his father, the Secretary of the Victorian Graziers Association. He was a ...
Bayliss, Clifford William, b. 1912
Bayliss trained in Melbourne, winning a Gallery Art School Scholarship in 1935. Later training in London, after the 1939-45 War, he became a production assistant ...
Buckland, Ken, b. 1921
Buckland was a commercial artist and painter with British art training, arriving in Australia in the 1960s. He exhibited widely featuring in regional shows such ...
Buxton, Jessamine, b. 1895
Buxton was a painter, sculptor and designer of stained-glass windows. A versatile artist, she worked across a wide range of media.
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 ...
Frater, William, b. 1890
Frater's career began with an apprenticeship in glass design in Scotland. He arrived in Melbourne 1910, worked with Brooks, Robinson and Co. in stained glass, ...
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 ...
Milligan, Patrick, b. 1925
Milligan was an illustrator for the Fairfax press in Sydney and a painter. He trained at Goldsmiths, University of London after the 1939-45 war. Arriving ...
Mucci, Michael, b. 1962
Mucci was an illustrator with the Fairfax (later Nine Entertainment Company) newspapers (retired 2016), Sydney, also working as a painter with works in the Archibald ...
Naughton, Keith, b. 1925
Naughton was a painter primarily of "Outback" scenes and scenery. He began his career as a graphic designer and illustrator for advertising agencies in Australia ...
Phillips, Mark D. , b. 1944
Mark D. Phillips is a mainly self-taught fine art oil painter and triple winner of the prestigious Australian Society of Artists Annual Exhibition. Based in ...
Rodway, Florence Aline, b. 1881
Florence Aline Rodway had a splendid career as a portraitist but preferred to do more complex compositions with figures. Together with artists such as Thea ...
Thomas, Harold , b. 1947
Thomas is a Luritja man best known for his design for the Aboriginal flag (1971) but he has been active across a range of media ...
Crooke, Ray, b. 1922
Crooke began his career as an artist at a Melbourne advertising agency while taking courses as Swinburne Technical College. After 1939-45 war service, he taught, ...