William MacLeod (1850-1929) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in London in 1850, MacLeod arrived in Australia in 1855. Best known as editor of "The Bulletin" magazine, he also contributed work to Sydney "Punch" and the "Picturesque Atlas of Australasia". He painted numerous portraits of artists and is also remembered for his historical paintings. He died in 1929.

MacLeod's work is represented in the National Collection, Canberra, Art Gallery of New South Wales and in the Mitchell Library, Sydney." Edit or add to this biography

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Portrait of Maryanne Kelly and Child, c. 1860
Oil on canvas
Fine Australian Paintings, Sotheby's, Sydney.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings31A$3,200 N/A
Works on Paper30A$160 N/A

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