George Alphonse Collingridge De Tourcey (1847-1931) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in England in 1847, George Collingridge studied in Paris before coming to Australia in 1879. An accomplished artist, draughtsman and engraver, he taught art at the Sydney Technical College and was co-founder and vice-president of the Art Society of NSW with his brother, Arthur. He had work published in the 'Illustrated Sydney News'. His landscape paintings usually watercolours, depicted the area around Sydney and coastal New South Wales. George Collingridge's works are represented in the Art Gallery of NSW. He died in 1931 Edit or add to this biography

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Gore Creek, 1917
Oil on board, 24 x 34 cm
Selected Paintings, Furniture, Decorative & Asian Arts, Silver & Jewellery, Phillips De Pury & Company, Sydney.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings91A$2,860 N/A
Works on Paper216A$1,200 N/A

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