Edith E. Cusack (1865?-1937) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in New Zealand about 1865, Edith Cusack moved to Sydney with her parents in 1868. She studied in Sydney and Paris and became a painter of portraits, landscapes and flowers. She exhibited with the Art Society of New South Wales and the Paris Salon from 1893. In 1896 she and her sister Aline opened a studio in Sydney and exhibited regularly. Edith Cusack died in 1937. Her work is represented in the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Mitchell Library and regional galleries. Edit or add to this biography

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The Old Mill
Oil on canvas, 24 x 44.5 cm
Australian British, New Zealand & European Historical and Contemporary Paintings etc., Leonard Joel, Melbourne.
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Works on Paper50A$650 N/A

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