Marjorie Campbell Gwynne (1886-1958) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Adelaide in 1886, Marjorie Gwynne studied at the South Australian School of Art. She was a founder of the Adelaide Drawing and Sketch Club which, in 1910, produced the art magazine, 'Highlight'. A traditional impressionist painter she was later influenced by Dorrit Black and adopted a more modern style. She exhibited with Dorrit Black's Group 9 in 1951. Marjorie Gwynne died in Adelaide in 1958. Her work is represented in the Art Gallery of South Australia Edit or add to this biography

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River with Trees and Cliff
Oil on canvas, 34 x 44 cm
Fine & Decorative Arts, Theodore Bruce Auctions, Adelaide.
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  Total number sold Number with images Highest price Recent average price*
Paintings 8 1 A$1,840 N/A

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