Alexander Douglas Colquhoun (1862-1941) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Glasgow in 1862, Colquhoun arrived in Australia in 1876 and studied at the National Gallery School. He was a member of the Australian Art Association, Twenty Melbourne Painters and the Australian Academy of Art, secretary of the Artists' Society and Trustee of the National Gallery of Victoria. He worked as the art critic for the Melbourne 'Age' during the 1930s. He died in Melbourne in 1941.

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Market Information

A Spring Morning
Highest Price:
A Spring Morning
Oil on canvas, 71 x 96 cm
Spring Fine Art, Day 1, GFL Fine Art, Perth.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings8727A$17,250 A$3,883
Works on Paper31A$806 N/A

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