File F1601 - Biographical material relating to Nutter Buzacott.

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Biographical material relating to Nutter Buzacott.


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Born in Perth in November 1905, Nutter Buzacott studied at the National Gallery School in Melbourne and with George Bell During the 1930s he studied at the L.C.C. in London and in Paris and La Hague. He exhibited many times with the Half Dozen Group of Artists in Brisbane. He was an art teacher, artist, cartoonist, illustrator, designer, painter and printmaker. He died in August 1976.

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Xerox copies of press clippings, correspondence, and obituary notices.

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  • English

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Migrated from LMS: April 2019, P.A.




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