Teague, Violet, 1872-1951

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Dates:
Birth 1872-02-21
Death 1951-09-30

Biographical notes:

Violet Teague (1872-1951) was an artist and daughter of Dr. James P. Teague born in Melbourne 21 February 1872. She studied art in Brussels, attended the National Gallery, Victoria and was awarded a gold medal at the Jubilee Exhibition in Bendigo in 1901. She also gained a bronze medal at the Panama-Pacific Exhibition at San Francisco in 1915. Some of her better-known paintings are "Boy with a pallette" (Silver Medal 1920); "Portrait of R.O. Blackwood" in the National Gallery of Victoria. Ina Gregory studied under Mr Emmanuel Phillips Fox and Mr Tudor St. George Tucker in Melbourne ca. 1900. Some of her works are in the Castlemaine Art Gallery, Victoria. Gregory wrote Blue wings (McCulloch's Encyclopedia of Australian Art).

From the description of Letter [manuscript]. [19--]. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225793099

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Subjects:

  • Artists--Correspondence

Occupations:

  • Artists

Places:

  • Australia (as recorded)