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JAMES MUIR AULD (1879 - 1942)

James Muir Auld was an award-winning Australian Impressionist. He studied under J. S. Watkins and Julian Ashton, and began to exhibit at the Royal Art Society of NSW around 1906. He joined the Society of Artists, Sydney about 1920. Winter Morning was awarded the Wynne Prize in 1935. Auld had three one-man exhibitions at the Macquarie Galleries, Sydney, and also exhibited in London and Paris. He was a foundation member of the Australian Academy of Art in 1938.

"Homestead Amongst The Trees" (c.1920)

oil on canvas

29.5 x 37cm

signed lower right



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