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Winner for 1946

Lance Vaiben Solomon
January Weather

Winner: Wynne Prize 1946


Finalists for 1946

  • Joyce Abbott - Wild Oats
  • Erik Anderson - Wilberforce Flats
  • Jean Appleton - Old Barn at Milroy
  • Howard Barron - The Red Hills of Moonbi, Tamworth
  • Frederick A Bell - South Mudgee, Looking Across Spring Flat
  • M Lee Bernstein - "John," Sculpture
  • M Lee Bernstein - Self Portrait, Sculpture
  • Charles William Bush - Approaching Dust, Ouyen
  • Clive W Butler - Sydney Looking North
  • HW Butterley - Crookhaven
  • Jack Carington Smith - Landscape After Rain
  • J Caxton - Boat Building, Berry's Bay
  • William Chapple - Green and Red
  • Will Clarke - Lennox Bridge Laystone [sic]
  • Eugene Claux - Street Scene
  • Elaine Coghlan - Sunlight and Shadow, Picton
  • Alice Cooper - At the Races
  • Lyndon R Dadswell - Sitting Figure, Sculpture
  • Alice Danciger - The Lane
  • Alice Danciger - Houses, Woolloomooloo
  • Antonio Dattilo-Rubbo - Railway viaduct
  • AC Dignam - The Golden Calf
  • Ivan Dimant - Harbour Foreshore
  • Walter Dowman - Uplands Farm
  • George B Duncan - Evening Pastoral
  • Harry Edgecombe - Tower, Fort Street
  • Alex Edwards - Fisherman's Bay
  • HR Evans - The Road to the Ferry
  • Joy Ewart - Shell Oil Works
  • Edgar Finlay - City View
  • Alfred Fischer - Morning Light
  • Alfred Fischer - Tranquil Day
  • Arthur Fleischmann - Balinese Girl, Sculpture
  • Arthur Fleischmann - After the Bath, Sculpture
  • Allan Gamble - Cobbitty, Mid-day
  • Allan Gamble - Nor' Easter, Kilcare, N.S.W.
  • Garran-Brown - The Road to Guyra
  • Wilfred G Gates - Cedar Mill, Kangaroo Valley
  • Kenneth Green - Fishing Boats,Woolloo'loo
  • Kenneth Green - Passy Avenue, Hunter's Hill
  • Leonard James Green - The Snowy River
  • LE Haines - Summer Garden
  • Keith McKenzie Harrison - Old Aqueduct Tower
  • Keith McKenzie Harrison - Spring Morning
  • Mavis Hayes - Head, sculpture
  • Sali Herman - Out Back
  • Sali Herman - Fig Tree House, Hunter's Hill
  • JC Hutchings - Houses of Erskineville
  • Jean Isherwood - Mountain Waste
  • Lionel Jago - Old Cottage, Windsor
  • Lionel Jago - Long Bay - "The Skids"
  • Justus Jorgensen - The Wollondilly, Burragorang
  • Jack Koskie - The Conservatorium
  • Ronald J Laskie - S.S. Dorrigo, Newcastle
  • George F Lawrence - The Yellow Gate
  • H G Lee - Morning Mists
  • Gerald Lewers - Carving in Lapstone Sandstone
  • Leonard H Long - The Break
  • Gordon Marwood - Old Brickworks, Blacktown
  • Gordon Marwood - Winter Morning
  • Harry McDonald - The "Loo"
  • George Melrose - Precipitous Cottages, Surry Hills
  • Murray L Moodie - Green Mountains
  • Rufus Morris - Steam on a Wet Morning
  • Rufus Morris - The Hillside Barn, Wangat
  • Kenneth Murray - Below the Weir, Penrith
  • Trevor Nixon - Undulating Hill
  • Margaret Olley - Era Landscape
  • Margaret Olley - New England Country
  • Desiderius Orban - "Kiama"
  • Desiderius Orban - "Bronte"
  • Ruth Pasco - Bush Church
  • Ruth Pasco - Wild's Meadow [sic]
  • Douglas Pratt - Sheep Country
  • Raimondo Rajola - Head of Christ, Sculpture
  • Arthur Evan Read - Cook's River
  • Arthur Evan Read - Botany Terrace
  • Alison Rehfisch - Cloudy Morning, Kurrajong
  • Alison Rehfisch - Road to Grose Valley
  • Ellen Rubbo - Oven's Valley
  • Ellen Rubbo - Gold Dredges, Harrietville
  • S T Scammell - Sand and Sea
  • Reginald Jack Shepherd - Kanimbla Valley
  • Jeffrey Smart - Holiday Resort
  • Lance Vaiben Solomon - Pleasant Day, Canley Heights
  • Lance Vaiben Solomon - January Weather
  • William J Spencer - The Sawmill
  • William J Spencer - Tasmanian Storm
  • Alan Sumner - Low Tide at Touradin [sic]
  • Alan Sumner - Upwey Village
  • C G Taylor - Mountain Road
  • Wallace Thornton - Binnia Downs
  • Dora Toovey - Spring After Bushfire, Balmoral
  • Les Turnbull - Grey Day, Penrith
  • R T Walker - Native Youth, Sculpture
  • Phyllis Paulina Waterhouse - Old Houses, Albert Park
  • Mary Webb - Autumn Landscape, Quirindi
  • Gwen West - The Lake Narrabeen
  • T Young - The Bend of the River