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Australian, 19th – 20th century, female.

Born in Tasmania.

Sculptor.

Dorothy Willis Barclay exhibited at the Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1910.

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Gordon Campbell

Australian pottery founded in 1858 by a Scot, George Guthrie (1808–1909), in the town of Bendigo, Victoria. The factory made household wares, including acid bottles, bricks, clay pipes, roof tiles and tableware. During World War I it also made portrait jugs of military commanders, and in the 1930s it made agate-ware vases that were marketed as Waverly ware. The pottery is still active, but since ...

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Australian, 19th – 20th century, male.

Born 24 June 1888, in St Kilda; died 9 September 1959, in Murrumbeena.

Potter.

William Merric Boyd was the son of Arthur Merrick Boyd Sr and Emma Minnie Boyd. He trained to become a farmer, and considered a career in the Church of England ministry before deciding to become a potter. He studied under L. Bernard Hall and McCubbin at the National Gallery School in Melbourne. He worked for the Australian Porcelain Works in Yarraville before joining the Australian Flying Corps in ...

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British (?), 19th – 20th century, female.

Born 23 November 1872.

Miniaturist, watercolourist.

Marion Clayton-Jones exhibited at the Royal Academy in London. She may be the same as the Australian portrait and flower painter Marion Jones.

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Australian, 19th – 20th century, female.

Born in Bendigo.

Painter. Portraits, flowers.

Marion Jones exhibited in Sydney, with the Royal Academy in London, and in Liverpool. She may be the artist also known as Marion Alexandra Clayton-Jones.

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Sydney (National Academy)

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Australian, 19th – 20th century, female.

Born 4 September 1881, in Glenelg (Adelaide); died 16 November 1956.

Painter, potter, engraver. Landscapes, still-lifes, figure compositions, flora and fauna.

Gladys Reynell studied painting at Margaret Rose Preston's studio in Adelaide, where fellow students included Bessie Davidson and Stella Bowen. In ...