artists represented

Sam Fullbrook
Born 1922 in Sydney, Australia

1934  Began his working life as a timber cutter & stockman in the Gloucester District of New South Wales
1942  Joined the Army and served in the Middle East and New Guinea during World War II
1946-48  Studied at National Gallery School, Melbourne, as a Commonwealth Rehabilitation student
1949  Worked in Queensland and the Northern Territory where he joined the McLeod Aboriginal Co-operative at Pilbara. He began a series of paintings depicting Aboriginal life
1949-71  Held numerous exhibitions throughout Australia. In 1970 a fire destroyed his studio and most of his works were lost
2004  Died in Daylesford, Victoria

1975 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales.
1975 City Tattersall's Art Prize
1970 Maude Vizard-Wholohan Prize
1969 L.J. Harvey Memorial Prize (drawing)
1969 H.C. Richards Memorial Prize (painting)
1967 Townsville Prize, Townsville
1967 H.C. Richards Memorial Prize (painting)
1967 L.J. Harvey Memorial Prize (drawing)
1966 David Jones Art Prize, David Jones Gallery, Sydney
1964 Wynne Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales
1963 Wynne Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth
Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria
Horsham Regional Art Gallery, Victoria
HOTA, Gold Coast
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Victoria
Museum and Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin
Museum of Brisbane, Brisbane
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Parliament House Art Collection, Canberra
Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, U.S.A.
QAGOMA, Brisbane
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Tasmania
Rockhampton Art Gallery, Queensland
Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, Queensland
The Brisbane Club, Brisbane
Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, Queensland
Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, New South Wales
and various university art collections Australia wide