Born in 1854 in England, George Reynolds studied art in Birmingham and London, and taught at Wolverhampton before his arrival in Australia in 1886. A painter, woodcarver and etcher, he is said to have introduced etching into South Australia. Reynolds taught in Victoria until 1905, then moved to South Australia where he taught at Mount Gambier until 1935. His work is represented in the South Australian state gallery. He died in 1939. Edit or add to this biography
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|Total number sold||Number with images||Highest price||Recent average price*|
|Works on Paper||12||0||A$400||N/A|
|Prints & Graphics||1||0||A$308||N/A|
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