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Dora Meeson (1869-1955)


Dora Meeson was an Australian artist and an elected member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in London, England.
She was a member of the British Artists' Suffrage League.
Although born in Melbourne, Dora Meeson moved with her family to London as a child, and commenced her art studies at the Slade School.
In 1895 she returned to the antipodes and spent two years at Melbourne's National Gallery School, where she met her future husband, George Coates, before returning again to Europe just as Coates won the Travelling Scholarship.

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Jane Sutherland (1853-1928) | Impressionist painter


Jane Sutherland was an Australian landscape painter who was part of the pioneering plein-air movement in Australia, and a member of the Heidelberg School. Her advocacy to advance the professional standing of female artists during the late nineteenth century was also a notable achievement.
Jane Sutherland was born in New York to Scottish parents; the family emigrated to Sydney in 1864 and moved to Melbourne in 1870.

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Bessie Davidson | An Australian Impressionist in Paris


Bessie Ellen Davidson (1879-1965) was an Australian painter🎨 known for her impressionist, light-filled landscapes and interiors.
Davidson was born on 22 May 1879 in North Adelaide, South Australia, to a family of Scottish and English origin.
In 1904, after her mother's death, she went to Europe to study art in company with Preston.
They spent the first few months in Munich, where Davidson studied briefly at the Künstlerinner Verein, before moving on to Paris.
There she studied at the Académie de la Grande Chaumière, under René-Xavier Prinet🎨, where she met and began a lifelong friendship with Philippe Besnard's future wife, Germaine Desgranges. She also took classes with Raphael Collin, Richard Miller and Gustave Courtois.

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Jim Tsinganos | Surrealist / Conceptual painter / Illustrator


Jim Tsinganos is a Sydney🎨 based Illustrator with over 20 years experience who has had 2 working stints in Amsterdam.
He is the recipient of numerous awards, both locally and internationally and is represented in the UK and the US. Working primarily with pastels and watercolor, he is interested in creating work with a strong conceptual basis.

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Robert Hagan, 1947 | Plein Air painter


Robert Hagan raised in the lush, languorous sub-tropical northern New South Wales, Australia and educated at Newcastle University, he communicates in a typical offhanded Aussie manner. Widely traveled with studios in Suffolk, England, San Diego, USA, Southport, Australia and Pattaya, Thailand.

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Ethel Carrick (1872-1952)


Ethel Carrick, also known by her married name of Ethel Carrick Fox (she married the Australian🎨 Impressionist painter Emanuel Phillips Fox🎨 in 1905), was an English🎨-born Impressionist and Post-Impressionist painter.
Much of her career was spent in France and in Australia, where she was associated with the movement known as the Heidelberg School.

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Paul Jones (1921-1997) | Flowers of May

Paul Jones 1921-1997 ~ Australian painter | Flowers of May

Paul Jones is an Australian painter🎨 who has painted these beautiful botanical illustrations in a manner very reminiscent of Thornton’s Temple of Flora.
His watercolor paintings are widely held in museum collections and included in several interesting exhibits linked below, at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford and the Smithsonian in Washington DC and he is considered one of the finest botanical artists of the last 150 years.

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Gil Bruvel, 1959 | Stainless Steel sculptures

Gil Bruvel 1959 | Stainless Steel sculptures

A word from Gil Bruvel🎨...
I am artist because it is the conduit to release the ideas and visuals I carry daily. Since I was a little boy I have pursued my own exploration rooted in the unconscious mind and nurtured with daily practice using a variety of mediums of artistic expression. My artistic process developed organically from my father's cabinet shop to the stainless steel sculptures I create today.