Oil Paintings

Eustace, Alfred

Alfred William (1820-1907), Australian artist and taxidermist, was born in the small village of Ashbury, Berkshire, England, the son of John Eustace, Head Game-keeper to the Earl of Craven at the beautiful but lonely Ashdowne Park.n 1884, Eustace held an Art Union in Ballarat to dispose of nine paintings, something he had doen as early as 1864 at Albury. In 1893 he held an exhibition of gum-leaf paintings at Steven's Gallery, Elizabeth Street, Melbourne.

By 1896 he was receiving orders from nearly all the capitals of Eurpope. Examples of his work were acknowledged by Queen Victoria, Emperor Frederick of Germany, the Czar of Russia and the Governors of NSW and Victoria.




Tranquility

Eustace, Alfred

Oil on board

8.5 cm x 12.5 cm

$4,400 pair

Enquire Enlarge Info

Ducks Swimming

Eustace, Alfred

Oil on board

9 cm x 13 cm

$4,400 pair

Enquire Enlarge Info