Painter, mural painter, modeller, puppet-maker, theatre and diorama artist. Her dioramas were popular and toured extensively in the UK and Australia during the 1950s.
painter, mural painter, modeller, puppet-maker, theatre and diorama artist, was born in Kangaroo Point, Brisbane, daughter of Major D.R. Harris DSM and his wife, Bertha, of the pioneering pastoral Collins family. Clothilde was raised on the family property, Eurara, at Beaudesert. She studied art at the Brisbane Central Technical College under L.J. Harvey and Martyn Collins in the early 1930s, then worked in Sydney for a time. There she met, and in 1940 married, Lieutenant Michael ...
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