Eric Jolliffe (1907-2001) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in England in 1907, Eric Jolliffe arrived in Australia as a child. As a cortoonist with "Smith's Weekly", his bush humour and the authentic depiction of country life cemented his place in Australian black and white art. His Saltbush Bill cartoons were published in "Pix" magazine for almost 50 years. he published over 130 books of Saltbush Bill, Witchetty's Tribe and Sandy Blight cartoons and his own magazine, "Jollife's Outback". Eric Jollife died in 2001. Edit or add to this biography

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Fruit Bowl
Blue and green glazed ceramic, 46 cm long
Australian Paintings, Leonard Joel, Melbourne.
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Works on Paper175A$333 N/A
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