Archibald Douglas Colquhoun (1894-1983) Australia

Biographical Information

The son of Alexander Colquhoun, Archibald Douglas was born in Victoria in 1894. He studied for a time under his father and later at the National Gallery School, Melbourne. In 1927, after a brief period in Europe, he founded his own art school in Melbourne. Colquhoun exhibited widely in Europe and Australia. His works are represented in several major state and provincial collections. He died in 1983.Note: The signature A Colquhoun is Alexander Colquhoun. The signature A D Colquhoun is his son, Archibald Douglas Colquhoun Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Alfred Place Showing the Old Club
Highest Price:
Alfred Place Showing the Old Club
Oil, 43 x 29 cm
The Naval & Military Club Collection of Militaria, Artemis Auctions, Melbourne.
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