John Mather (1848-1916) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in Scotland in 1848, Mather studied in Glasgow and Edinburgh prior to his arrival in Australia in 1878. During his career he was president of the Victorian Artists' Society and a trustee of the National Gallery of Victoria. Mather is best known for his impressionistic landscapes, usually of the Victorian coastal areas. His works are represented in many state and provincial galleries and in several overseas collections. He died in 1916. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

The Artist at His Easel (Louis Abrahams)
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The Artist at His Easel (Louis Abrahams)
Oil on board, 35.3 x 25.1 cm
Australian Art, Christies, London.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings10534A$42,838 A$5,030
Works on Paper21650A$21,850 A$767
Prints & Graphics309A$480 N/A

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