Thora Ungar (1911-2005) Australia (Aboriginal)

Biographical Information

Born in 1911, Thora Ungar studied at East Sydney Technical School and under Sydney Long and Datillo Rubbo. A painter of landscapes and portraits, she lived and painted in China for four years until 1941, and in Europe in 1975. From 1942 to 1946 Ungar worked as a commercial artist for the 'Australian Women's Weekly' and 'Sydney Morning Herald'. She has exhibited widely, winning awards for her work, especially her portraits. Ungar's work is represented in institutional and private collections around the world Edit or add to this biography

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Still Life
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Still Life
Acrylic on board, 100 x 85 cm
Fine and Decorative Arts, Jewellery, Antique Furniture and Art (Art only), Lawsons, Sydney.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings84A$240 N/A
Works on Paper11A$106 N/A

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