Jacqueline Jackson
ISBN: 9781863780247
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James Ranalph Jackson (1882-1975) was an Australian painter, perhaps best known for painting views of Sydney harbour. From 1916 to 1933. In Jackson's later years he painted rural landscapes in New South Wales, particularly "around Bellingen, painting at Dorrigo and also in the mountains around the upper reaches of the Macleay River."[5] In the mid 1950s Jackson toured and painted in Victoria around Lake Eildon, and the Dandenong ranges.Jackson was a member of the Australian Art Association, Melbourne. He was one of the first Fellows (1922) of the Royal Art Society of New South Wales, and he became life vice-president in 1965. In 1937 Jackson helped found the Australian Academy of Art and exhibited there until 1946.


Publisher: Bay Books

Year: 1991, First Edition

Condition: Very good black board hardcover in a good dust jacket which is rubbed on the spine ends and corners. The underside of the dust jacket is stained but hasn't affected the right side. Gift inscription from the author, Jacqueline Jackson on the half-title page

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