Myra Felton (1865-1920) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in the United Kingdom in 1835, Myra Felton arrived in Australia at the age of four. A photographer and painter, she opened a studio in Sydney in 1859, specialising in portraiture: colouring over photographs in oils, and painting originals in oils and pastels. She began her own school of painting in the early 1870s, and also published a book: 'Word Pictures of Home-Life in NSW' in 1887. Myra Felton died in 1920. Her work is represented in the Mitchell Library and Queensland Parliament Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

Portrait of a Young Girl with Dog
Highest Price:
Portrait of a Young Girl with Dog
Pastel on paper on canvas, 55.5 x 46 cm (oval)
Fine Australian and International Paintings & Australia 2000, Sotheby's, Sydney.
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Portrait of A Young Girl with Dog
Price:
Portrait of A Young Girl with Dog
Pastel, 60 x 48 cm (oval)
Australian & European Paintings & Sculpture, Lawsons, Sydney.
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