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William Dobell 1899-1970. What others are saying. William Dobell was an extraordinary portrait painter, who adapted his style to match the personality of his subject. This small collection of his works highlights his diversity. 4 Trusting Tips AND Tricks: Interior Painting Wall Colour interior painting techniques texture. Interior Painting Projects interior painting tips professional painters. Works in the 'Australian art/Paintings' area :: The Collection.
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Barry Pearce, Look, 'William Dobell (1899-1970) The Painter's Progress', pg. 12-13, Heidelberg, Feb 1997, 12-13 (colour illus. Older Australian masters: an exhibition of works by major Australian artists executed in the later years of their careers, 'Preface', Sydney, 1991, (illus. not paginated, no catalogue numbers. 5-26, Sydney, 1981, 13 (illus.
Sir William (Bill) Dobell OBE (24 September 1899 – 13 May 1970) was a renowned Australian portrait and landscape artist of the 20th century. Dobell won the Archibald Prize, Australia's premier award for portrait artists on three occasions. The Dobell Prize is named in his honour. Dobell was born in Cooks Hill, a working-class neighbourhood of Newcastle, New South Wales in Australia to Robert Way Dobell and Margaret Emma (née Wrightson). His father was a builder and there were six children.
Sir William Dobell was an Australian artist. After Dobell won the Archibald Prize the award was immediately challenged on the grounds that Dobell's entry showed a degree of distortion which made it a caricature rather than a true portrait, but the court upheld the judging panel's decision. Resultant newspaper publicity greatly expanded interest in Dobell's work, but as a result of the controversy Dobell withdrew to Wangi, a small coastal town north of Sydney, and became a shy and enigmatic figure.
References Barry Pierce, et. a. William Dobell, the painter's progress, exh. ca. Beagle Press, Sydney, 1997, p. 34 James Gleeson, William Dobell, Thames Hudson, London 1964, p. 36-37, 60, 153, 163 Elizabeth Donaldson, William Dobell: An Artist's Life, Exisle Publishing Lt. . 36-37, 60, 153, 163 Elizabeth Donaldson, William Dobell: An Artist's Life, Exisle Publishing Ltd, Wollombi, New South Wales, 2010 Sunday Telegraph, 26 September 1965.
William Dobell 1899-1970: The Painter's progress, AGNSW, 1997. 2, No. 2, Aug. 1964 (pp. 145-146); The Art of William Dobell. Exhibition toured to Newcastle Region Gallery, Museum of Modern Art at. Barry Pierce. Barry Pierce and Hendrik Kolenberg, William Dobell 1899-1970: The Painter's progress, AGNSW, 1997.
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William Dobell (1899-1970) enjoyed a career spanning over forty years. One of Australia s most dynamic artists, his work is highly regarded and held in collections around the world
William Dobell (1899-1970) enjoyed a career spanning over forty years. One of Australia s most dynamic artists, his work is highly regarded and held in collections around the world 9 and finally to his lakeside home in Wangi Wangi, New South Wales. Insightful text is accompanied by over 150 images, including such iconic artworks as Portrait of an Artist, Margaret Olley, The yellow glove and Storm Approaching Wangi