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Bush with White Gum by Grace Cossington Smith an Austrtalian painter mentioned by Roger McDonald in his story "The Bullock Run. Art Works, Landscape Paintings, Aboriginal Art, Famous Artwork, Australian Art, Painting, Australian Painting, Landscape Art, Australian Painters

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Grace Cossington Smith ,Australia Church Interior shows a scene in a church where men are mostly absent, having gone off to the war. New Zealand Art, Australian Artists, Gallery Of Modern Art, Interior Art, Australian Art, Painting, Art, Life Art, Sacred Art

Grace Cossington Smith : a retrospective exhibition | Grace COSSINGTON SMITH | Church interior

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Waratah, 1928 - Grace Cossington Smith - WikiArt.org

‘Waratah’ was created in 1928 by Grace Cossington Smith in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of flower painting at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Self Portrait by Grace Cossington Smith on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Art Gallery, Art Painting, Face Art, Artist, Female Art, Australian Painting, Portrait Painting, Art Photography Portrait, Portrait Art

Grace Cossington Smith : a retrospective exhibition | Grace COSSINGTON SMITH | Study of a head: self portrait

The Lacquer Room by Grace Cossington Smith 1936 ( Inspired by the art deco designs and vivid colours of the David Jones department store cafe in Sydney. Art Gallery, Art Society, Australian Artists, Australian Art, Royal Art, Painting, Australian Painting, Art Historian, Art And Architecture

The Lacquer Room, 1936 by Grace Cossington Smith

It was quite a surprise, I didn't know it was there, but I went down to get cup of tea … and found this lovely restaurant … I was struck by its colour and general design the moment I saw ...

Interior in Yellow by Grace Cossington Smith I knew this wardrobe very well once. I met Grace Cossington Smith once too. Art Works, Interior Art, Culture Art, Abstract Painting, Painting, Painting Patterns, Art, Painting Frames, Interior Paintings

Grace Cossington Smith

Grace Cossintgon Smith is very well known in Australia, but I don't know how much of her is known overseas. I grew up with images of her paintings in my school art text books and cut outs of her paintings in my art diary, not to mention seeing her work regularly on display in the collection at the Art Gallery of NSW (Sydney) and the National Gallery of Australia (Canberra). She didn't begin painting until quite late in her life, and is now considered a pioneer of Post Impressionism in…

bofransson: “Grace Cossington Smith - Blossom in Earthenware Jug ” Australian Artists, Cool Artwork, Art For Art Sake, Australian Art, Art Auction, Flower Art, Painting, Types Of Art, Beautiful Art

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bofransson: “ Grace Cossington Smith - Blossom in Earthenware Jug ”

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Before the arches met, 1930 by Grace Cossington Smith.

Before the arches met, 1930 - Grace Cossington Smith - WikiArt.org

‘Before the arches met’ was created in 1930 by Grace Cossington Smith in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of cityscape at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

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poboh: “Hippeastrums growing, Grace Cossington Smith. (1892 - 1984) ”

Grace Cossington Smith (1892 - 1984) | Post- Impressionism| Bridge pillar - 1929 Australian Artists, Art For Art Sake, Australian Art, Painting, Visual Art, Artwork, Famous Art, Artwork Painting, Street Art

Bridge pillar, 1929 - Grace Cossington Smith - WikiArt.org

‘Bridge pillar’ was created in 1929 by Grace Cossington Smith in Post-Impressionism style. Find more prominent pieces of cityscape at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

Discover the value of your art. Our database has art auction market prices for Grace Cossington Smith, Australia and other Australian and New Zealand artists covering the last 40 years sales. Painter Artist, Australian Artists, Illustrations And Posters, Australian Art, Painting, Illustration Art, Australian Painting, Art, Art Movement

Paintings - Grace Cossington Smith - Australian Art Auction Records

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Grace Cossington Smith was born in Sydney to English par­ents. She began art classes in Dattilo Rubbo’s Sydney studio in Art Gallery, Australian Icons, Australian Artists, Landscape Paintings, Australian Art, Most Famous Paintings, Culture Art, Painting, Australian Painting

Grace Cossington Smith: her early career

Grace Cossington Smith (1892-1984) was born in Sydney to English par­ents. She began art classes in Dattilo Rubbo’s Sydney studio in 1910, alongside two other young artists who later became famous, Roland Wakelin and Roy de Maistre. Young ladies were al­lowed to study there two days a week, so she was fortunate at least to have access to any good training. Once they were living in the country, however, her access to classes was limited to when her father could accompany her. This overweening…