(1855 - 1917)
Frederick McCubbin was active/lived in Australia. Frederick McCubbin is known for land-and townscape, still life painting, teaching.
Frederick McCubbin (25 February 1855 - 20 December 1917) was an Australian painter who was prominent in the Heidelberg School*, one of the more important periods in Australia's visual arts history.
McCubbin was born in Melbourne, the third of eight children of baker Alexander McCubbin (from Ayrshire, Scotland) and his English wife Anne, née McWilliams. McCubbin was educated at William Willmett's West Melbourne Common School and St Paul's School, Swanston Street. He later worked for a time as solicitor's clerk, a coach painter and in his family's bakery business while studying art at the National Gallery of Victoria's School of Design, where he met Tom Roberts and studied under Eugene von Guerard. He also studied at the Victorian Acad ... Displaying 750 of 3052 characters.