Kathleen Letitia (Kate) O'Connor (1876?-1968) Australia

Biographical Information

Kathleen Letitia O'Connor was born in Hokitika, New Zealand on 14 September 1876. ln 1891 she accompanied her parents to Perth where she first studied art under J. W. R. Linton.

She left for London in 1905 and for a short time, before leaving for Paris, studied painting at Herkomer's School at Bushey, Hertfordshire, Great Britain.

Kathleen O'Connor was a frequent exhibitor in France, Great Britain and in Australia on the occasion of her return visits in 1909, 1927 and 1948 when she stayed for two and a half years.

In 1955 Kathleen O'Connor returned to live permanently in Perth, where she died in 1968. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Still Life with Lamp C.1921-1928
Highest Price:
Still Life with Lamp C.1921-1928
Tempera on heavy card, 74 x 96.5 cm
Australian and International Fine Art, Bonhams, Sydney.
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 Total number soldNumber with imagesHighest priceRecent average price*
Paintings5242A$71,500 N/A
Works on Paper169A$198,000 N/A

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