Albert Henry Fullwood
(1863 - 1930)
Albert Henry Fullwood was active/lived in Australia, England. Albert Fullwood is known for war artist, landscape painting, lithography, design, newspaper art.
Biography Albert Henry Fullwood
Albert Henry Fullwood (15 March 1863 – 1 October 1930) was an Australian artist who made a significant contribution to art in Australia. He painted with Heidelberg school artists around Melbourne and moved with Tom Roberts and Arthur Streeton to live and paint at their camp in Sirius Cove, Sydney. Fullwood was the Australian official war artist to the 5th Division in the First World War.
Fullwood was born in Hockley, Birmingham, son of Frederick John Fullwood, jeweller, and his wife Emma, née Barr. From 1878, Fullwood studied art at evening classes at the Birmingham Institute. He studied art at the Birmingham School of Landscape Art at the Birmingham YMCA, Needless Alley, Birmingham. After graduation, he migrated to Sydney in 1883 an
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