Jill Del Mace (1947-.) Australia

Biographical Information

A painter, portraitist and fashion designer, Jill Del'Mace was born in the UK in 1947. She received basic art training from her father, a painter and art teacher, who later became a stuntsman, travelling with circuses and fairs. The family moved to New Zealand in 1964 where Del'Mace went into the fashion business. In 1975 she moved to San Francisco for two years, deciding while there to become a full time painter. She exhibited in New Zealand and Australia, and eventually settled in Melbourne where she continues to exhibit. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

The Chameleon
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The Chameleon
Oil on canvas, 183 x 120 cm
Australian & International Paintings, Elder Fine Art, Adelaide.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings3826A$13,340 N/A
Works on Paper41A$570 N/A

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