Cruthers Data Push

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Preston, Margaret, b. 1875
Margaret Preston specialised in still life subjects, seeking to reinvent the genre, with inspiration from Aboriginal art and Australian native flowers, but she also made ...
Updated Sept. 14, 2023
Atkinson, Yvonne, b. 1918
Painter and student of George Bell's. Melbourne-born Atkinson painted painted nudes, portraits and contemporary life scenes throughout the 1930s. Many later works are of Australian ...
Updated Sept. 2, 2023
Syme, Eveline Winifred, b. 1888
A contemporary of many well known female Australian artists, Syme was an active member of a number of artistic associations. She was widely travelled and ...
Updated Sept. 2, 2023
Rowan, Marian Ellis, b. 1848
A Melbourne born, prolific natural history painter with an international reputation. Her work was classified within the despised female 'hobby' of flower painting.
Updated Sept. 1, 2023
Bryans, Lina, b. 1909
A somewhat peripatetic artist whose wanderlust took her to Europe, America and Central Australia, Lina Bryans was noted for her landscapes and her abstract modernism.
Updated May 17, 2023
Smith, Grace Cossington, b. 1892
Painter, born in Neutral Bay, Sydney. A student of Dattilo Rubbo, Cossington Smith was quick to absorb modernist ideas and in 1915 exhibited 'The Sock ...
Updated Sept. 8, 2022
Tuck, Marie, b. 1866
Marie Tuck was a South Australian painter and printmaker. Heavily Influenced by French culture and painting, Tuck travelled to France where she took lessons from ...
Updated March 9, 2022
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Hick, Jacqueline, b. 1919
Jacqueline Hick is a painter. She has had a long and distinguished career in South Australia. Hick won many awards for her painting, principally the ...
Updated Jan. 7, 2022
Crowley, Grace, b. 1890
Painter and resident of Sydney, New South Wales. She started her own school with ex-student Rah Fizelle which during its five-year existence the school became ...
Updated Nov. 4, 2021
Tuck, Ruth, b. 1914
Prominent South Australian artist particularly in the 1940s, honoured by Flinders University as 'a teacher and a watercolour painter at the forefront of the fight ...
Updated Aug. 10, 2021
Kotai, Eveline , b. 1950
Western Australian painter also working frequently in textiles exploring abstraction in relation to both the landscape and spiritualist themes.
Updated April 4, 2021
Newmarch, Ann Foster, b. 1945
Painter, printmaker, sculptor and lecturer, studied SA Teachers' College. Member Print Council of Australia.
Updated Jan. 6, 2021
Stannage, Miriam, b. 1939
Conceptual artist concerned with the politics of representation, appropriation and particularly photography, working frequently with text, found images and assemblage.
Updated Dec. 20, 2020
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Robertshaw, Freda Rhoda, b. 1916
Painter of neoclassical figure paintings and landscapes, Robertshaw knew lean times as a commercial artist, exhibited with the Society of Artists, the Royal Art Society ...
Updated Dec. 19, 2020
Olley, Margaret, b. 1923
After her first Australian solo painting exhibitions, Olley worked and exhibited in France in the 1950s. An endearing personality, Olley had many travelling and working ...
Updated Dec. 19, 2020
O'Connor, Kathleen, b. 1876
A painter who spent much of her life in Paris, exhibiting regularly at the Salon d'Automne. She painted mainly still lifes and portraits but also ...
Updated Dec. 19, 2020
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Jubelin, Narelle, b. 1960
Fabric and installation artist who has lived for many years in Spain. She works mainly in petit point embroidery, often reconfiguring images from architectural paintings ...
Updated Dec. 13, 2020
Heysen, Nora, b. 1911
The daughter of painter Hans Heysen, Nora Heysen was highly regarded as an artist in her own right. In 1938 she became the first woman ...
Updated Dec. 11, 2020
Hester, Joy, b. 1920
Painter known for her ink works. She was married to painter Albert Tucker and associated with many significant Australian modernist artists during the 1940s.
Updated Dec. 11, 2020
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Dyring, Moya, b. 1909
A painter, working primarily in Brisbane and Paris. A reference has been made to her work as a muralist with Sam Atyeo in Melbourne.
Updated Dec. 11, 2020