Born in New Zealand in 1917, Rosaleen Norton arrived in Australia as a child. She became known for her murals in cafes in Kings Cross, Sydney. In 1949 she held an exhibition at Melbourne University which was closed by the police; she was charged with obscenity, but acquitted. She has also contributed to 'Smiths Weekly'. She died in 1979 Edit or add to this biography
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|Total number sold||Number with images||Highest price||Recent average price*|
|Works on Paper||13||4||A$4,276||N/A|
|Prints & Graphics||3||1||A$360||N/A|
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