Benjamin Edwin Minns

Benjamin Minns
Benjamin Edwin Minns (17 November 1863 – 21 February 1937) was an Australian artist, recognised as one of Australia's foremost watercolourists.wikipedia
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Charles Conder

However, he met the artist Charles Conder with whom he shared a studio.
In 1886, he left the job and became an artist for the "Illustrated Sydney News", where he was in the company of other artists such as Albert Henry Fullwood, Frank Mahony and Benjamin Edwin Minns.

Australian Watercolour Institute

Minns was a founder in 1924 and inaugural president (until 1937) of the Australian Watercolour Institute.
The founding members were J. Bennett, Alfred James Daplyn, Albert Henry Fullwood, Benjamin Edwin Minns, Martin Stainforth and Charles Ephraim Smith Tindall.

Australia

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Benjamin Edwin Minns (17 November 1863 – 21 February 1937) was an Australian artist, recognised as one of Australia's foremost watercolourists.

Dungog, New South Wales

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Minns was born in Dungog, New South Wales, Australia and had lessons in painting and drawing at Inverell, New South Wales.

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Minns was born in Dungog, New South Wales, Australia and had lessons in painting and drawing at Inverell, New South Wales.

Sydney

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Intending to have a career in law, Minns went to Sydney and worked for the law firm Abbot & Allen.

Sydney Technical College

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Minns then studied under Lucien Henry at Sydney Technical College, also taking lessons from the plein air painter Julian Ashton.

Julian Ashton

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Minns then studied under Lucien Henry at Sydney Technical College, also taking lessons from the plein air painter Julian Ashton.

Illustrated Sydney News

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Minns obtained his first job at the Illustrated Sydney News with Conder's help; Minns also drew for the Sydney Mail and regularly contributed to The Bulletin.

The Sydney Mail

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Minns obtained his first job at the Illustrated Sydney News with Conder's help; Minns also drew for the Sydney Mail and regularly contributed to The Bulletin.

The Bulletin (Australian periodical)

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Minns obtained his first job at the Illustrated Sydney News with Conder's help; Minns also drew for the Sydney Mail and regularly contributed to The Bulletin.

England

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From 1895 to 1915 Minns worked in England, contributing to St Paul's Magazine, Punch, The Strand Magazine, the Bystander and other publications as well as sending drawings to The Bulletin.

Punch (magazine)

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From 1895 to 1915 Minns worked in England, contributing to St Paul's Magazine, Punch, The Strand Magazine, the Bystander and other publications as well as sending drawings to The Bulletin.

The Strand Magazine

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From 1895 to 1915 Minns worked in England, contributing to St Paul's Magazine, Punch, The Strand Magazine, the Bystander and other publications as well as sending drawings to The Bulletin.

Bystander (magazine)

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From 1895 to 1915 Minns worked in England, contributing to St Paul's Magazine, Punch, The Strand Magazine, the Bystander and other publications as well as sending drawings to The Bulletin.

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