Francis Lymburner (1916-72) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Queensland in 1916, Lymburner studied at the Brisbane Central Technical College and held his first exhibition of paintings in Sydney in 1937. He is best known for his wash drawings of women, animals and theatrical themes. He lived in England some ten years before returning to Sydney in 1963. His works are represented in several state and provincial galleries. Lymburner died in 1972 in Sydney. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Claire Bending - Harlequin Dancer
Highest Price:
Claire Bending - Harlequin Dancer
Oil on composition board, 91 x 70 cm
The Collection of Mr & Mrs Rene Rivkin, Sotheby's, Sydney.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings226115A$15,600 A$1,983
Works on Paper321100A$3,525 A$555
Prints & Graphics168A$1,020 N/A

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