in Bognor Regis, England in 1912 Drysdale lived in Australia from
1923. He studied with George Bell in Melbourne, at the Grosvenor
School in London and at the Grande Chaumiere in Paris. He exhibited
widely in Australia and overseas and his outback landscape works
came to symbolize the real Australia. Retrospectives were mounted
by the Art Gallery of NSW and the National Gallery of Victoria.
In 1954 he represented Australia with Sidney Noland and Dobell
at the Venice Biennale. He was appointed a Trustee of the Art
Gallery of NSW in 1963 and in 1969 was knighted for his services
to Australian art.
Russell Drysdale exhibition opens in Sydney
A collection of Russell Drysdale's work was on display at the National Trust S.H. Ervin Gallery in Sydney, to mark what would be his 100th birthday.
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Notable Paintings include:
Sofala 1947 - Art Gallery of NSW
Two Children - National Gallery of Victoria
Moody's Pub - National Gallery of Victoria