Amie Kingston was an Australian printmaker who studied at the Julian Ashton Art School with Thea Proctor, who is probably the most famous woman printmaker in Australian history.

Amie Kingston was an Australian printmaker who studied at the Julian Ashton Art School with Thea Proctor, who is probably the most famous woman printmaker in Australian history.

Thea Proctor, cover art for The-Home-magazine, March-1923

Sydney Moderns includes a beautiful display of covers of The Home magazine, by artists including Thea Proctor and Hera Roberts.

Kiki Smith, Wolf Girl

Kiki Smith "Wolf Girl," 1999 Etching on paper, 20 x 16 inches Edition of 20 Published by Thirteen Moons Courtesy Pace Editions, New York

'Portrait study', 1928 - Grace Crowley (1890 - 1979)

Grace Crowley 'Portrait study' 1929 oil on canvas on composition board National Gallery of Australia, Canberra Bequest of Grace Crowley 1979

Bookplate by Adrian Feint for Thea Proctor (Australian artist) - 1927

Adrian Feint wood-engraving, printed in black ink, from one block, Copyright: Courtesy the Estate of Adrian Feint from Australian Prints + Printmaking.

Women from History: Non Objective Grace Crowley , Regular Columns

Grace Crowley 'Composition – movement' stencilled and hand-painted gouache on green paper, Collection of the National Gallery of Australia, Purchased 1993

Women from History: Non Objective Grace Crowley , Regular Columns

Grace Crowley 'Composition – movement' stencilled and hand-painted gouache on green paper, Collection of the National Gallery of Australia, Purchased 1993

Thea Proctor (Australian, 1879-1966) - "Bonnets, Shawls, Gay Parasols", 1938 - Linocut

Thea Proctor (Australian, Bonnets, Shawls And Gay Parasols,

Abstract painting, 1950 by Grace Crowley, via Flickr

By Grace Crowley born Cobbadah, NSW died Sydney 1979

Grace Crowley

Grace Crowley

Works by Adelaide Perry :: The Collection :: Art Gallery NSW

Works by Adelaide Perry :: The Collection :: Art Gallery NSW

Works by Ethel Spowers :: The Collection :: Art Gallery NSW

Elvet Bridge-Durham by Ethel Spowers woodcut, printed in colour on paper

George W Lambert - Miss Thea Proctor, 1903 | Art Gallery of New South Wales

Miss Thea Proctor George Washington Lambert (Australian, Oil on canvas. Art Gallery of New South Wales. Both friend and great admirer of Lambert’s work, Proctor was a prominent.

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