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Edith Susan Gerard Anderson
Edith Susan Gerard Anderson (16 February 1880 – 31 March 1961), who became Edith Susan Boyd when she married, was an Australian artist, Playwdramatist, and painter. She was also known for being a model for the artist E. Phillips Fox, Emanuel Phillips Fox, notably in his 1912 painting ''Nasturtiums (E. Phillips Fox), Nasturtiums''. Early life and family Edith Susan Gerard Anderson was born on 16 February 1880 in Brisbane, Queensland. The name "Edith" came from her mother and the name "Gerard" from a Scottish people, Scottish grandmother. She was the youngest child in her family. She was the daughter of John Gerard Anderson, the Leadership, head of the Department of Public Instruction (Queensland), Department of Public Instruction, and Edith Sarah Wood. Her brother Arthur was a prominent Doctor of Medicine, doctor, and her eldest sister Maud was one of the first women to graduate with a Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Sydney, making her possibly Queensland's first ...
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Brisbane
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Penleigh Boyd
Theodore Penleigh Boyd (15 August 1890 – 27 November 1923) was a British born Australian artist. Penleigh Boyd was a member of the Boyd Family, Boyd artistic dynasty: his parents Arthur Merric Boyd (1862–1940) and Emma Minnie Boyd (née à Beckett) were well-known artists of the day, and his brothers included the ceramicist Merric Boyd (1888–1959) and the novelist Martin Boyd (1893–1972). His son Robin Boyd (architect), Robin Boyd (1919–1971) became a famous and influential architect, educator and social commentator, and his nephews Arthur Boyd, Guy Boyd (sculptor), Guy Boyd and David Boyd (artist), David Boyd became prominent artists. Penleigh Boyd is best known as a landscapist with an accomplished handling of evanescent effects of light. A notable influence was artist E. Phillips Fox, who introduced him to ''plein air'' techniques when they were neighbours in Paris in 1912–3. At his death his obituarists compared him to Arthur Streeton and rated him as one of the ...
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Robin Boyd (architect)
Robin Gerard Penleigh Boyd (3 January 1919 – 16 October 1971) was an Australian architect, writer, teacher and social commentator. He, along with Harry Seidler, stands as one of the foremost proponents for the Modern architecture, International Modern Movement in Australian architecture. Boyd is the author of the influential book ''The Australian Ugliness'' (1960), a critique on Australian architecture, particularly the state of Australian suburbia and its lack of a uniform architectural goal. Like his American contemporary John Lautner, Boyd had relatively few opportunities to design major buildings and his best known and most influential works as an architect are his numerous and innovative small house designs. Background and early life Robin Boyd was a scion of the Boyd family, Boyd artistic dynasty in Australia, and his extended family were involved painters, sculptors, architects, writers and others in the arts. Robin was the younger son of the painter Penleigh Boyd, and ...
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Repatriated
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Ypres
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Poison Gas
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First Australian Imperial Force
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Warrandyte, Victoria
Warrandyte is a suburb of Melbourne, Victoria (Australia), Victoria, Australia, 24 km north-east of Melbourne's Melbourne City Centre, Central Business District. Its Local government areas of Victoria, local government area is the City of Manningham. At the , Warrandyte had a population of 5,520. At the 2016 census, Warrandyte had a population of 5,502 and a median age of 43 years old. Warrandyte is bounded in the west by the Mullum Mullum Creek and Target Road, in the north by the Yarra River, in the east by Jumping Creek and Anzac Road, and in the south by an irregular line from Reynolds Road, north of Donvale, Victoria, Donvale, Park Orchards, Victoria, Park Orchards and Warrandyte South, Victoria, Warrandyte South. Warrandyte was founded as a Victorian town, located in the once gold-rich rolling hills east of Melbourne, and is now on the north-eastern boundary of suburban Melbourne. Gold was first discovered in the town in 1851 and together, with towns like Bendigo, ...
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Melbourne
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Venice
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Florence
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Mentone, Victoria
Mentone is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria (Australia), Victoria, Australia, 21 km south-east of Melbourne's Melbourne city centre, central business district. Its Local government areas of Victoria, local government area is the City of Kingston. At the , Mentone had a population of 12,965. It is known locally for Mentone Beach, which extends alongside Beaumaris Bay from the cliffs in Beaumaris, Victoria, Beaumaris and ends at Warrigal Road where it meets Parkdale, Victoria, Parkdale. Mentone is associated with the Heidelberg School of Australian artists. History File:Charles Conder - A holiday at Mentone - Google Art Project.jpg, ''A holiday at Mentone'', 1888, oil on canvas by Charles Conder. File:Tom Roberts - Slumbering sea, Mentone - Google Art Project.jpg, Tom Roberts, ''Slumbering Sea, Mentone'' (1887) National Gallery of Victoria File:Tom Roberts - Mentone, 1889.jpg, Tom Roberts, ''Mentone'', (1889), National Gallery of Victoria. File:Mentone Vic Australia-Dragan J ...
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