Born in Sydney in 1896, Mary Edwards studied art in Sydney and Paris. She is best known as a portrait painter, but also paints scenes from her frequent trips to the Pacific Islands. With Joseph Wolinski, she was the plaintiff in the Dobell-Joshua Smith Archibald Prize court case in 1945. A frequent exhibitor in Archibald competitions, Mary Edwards' works are represented in several state galleries. She is also known as Mary Edwell-Burke, she died in 1988. Edit or add to this biography
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