Douglas Shenton Annand (1903-76) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Toowoomba, Queensland, in 1903, Annand studied at the Central Technical College, Brisbane. He first came to notice as a commercial artist and illustrator in 1956, when he was commissioned to design the ceiling of the Australian Pavilion at the New York Trade Fair. Other works include murals for P & O liners and a large mural at Wilson Hall, Melbourne University. Annand's works are represented in most major state and provincial collections. Douglas Annand died in 1976. Edit or add to this biography

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Shinada, Japan
Ink and watercolour on paper, 32 x 47 cm
Fine Australian and European Paintings, Sotheby's, Melbourne.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings10A$100 N/A
Works on Paper318A$690 N/A
Prints & Graphics11A$219 N/A

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