George Washington Lambert

1873-1930 Australia-War Artist/Portraits

 

Brief Biography-George Washington Lambert was born in Saint Petersburg in 1873 and emigrated to Australia from England with his mother and sisters in 1887. He was a pupil at the Sydney Julian Ashton Art School before going to London and exhibiting at the Royal Academy. Lambert was an official war artist for the Australian government at Gallipoli and spent most of his time working out of London up to 1921. He became an associate of the Royal Academy in 1922 and achieved much success in Melbourne, receiving awards for his work.

 

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A Bush Idyll

A Bush Idyll

Charles EW Bean

Charles EW Bean War Correspondent

Anzac from Gaba

Anzac from Gaba Tepe

Miss Thea Proctor

Miss Thea Proctor

Arthur Streeton

Arthur Streeton

The Black Plains

Across the Black Soil Plains

Tulips and Hyacinths

Still-life Tulips and Wild Hyacinths

Anzac the Landing

Anzac the Landing

From The Charge

Detail from The Charge of the third Light Horse Brigade at the Nek

Equestrian Portrait

Equestrian Portrait of a Boy

Holiday in Essex

Holiday in Essex

Hugh Ramsay

Hugh Ramsay

Important People

Important People

Maurice Lambert

Maurice Lambert

Miss Halford

Miss Halford in Fancy Dress

Children Bathing

Children Bathing

Mother and Child

Mother and Child

Mother and Sons

Mother and Sons

Portrait Group

Portrait Group

Portrait Group

Portrait Group the Mother

Self-portrait

Self-portrait

The White Glove

The White Glove

The Bathers

The Bathers

The Bride

The Bride

Bathing in the Sea

Bathing in the Sea

The Red Shawl

The Red Shawl

The Smiling Sister

The Smiling Sister

The Sonnet

The Sonnet

The Three Kimonos

The Three Kimonos

The Dark Red Shawl

The Dark Red Shawl

Weighing the Fleece

Weighing the Fleece