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Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,864,520
2 noelwoodhouse 3,932,757
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,714
4 DonnaTelfer 3,387,562
5 Rhonda.M 3,214,927
...
662 HezzieQ 71,144
663 leed 71,093
664 C.Weber 70,897
665 ray-coffey 70,888
666 LindaB 70,811
667 Trove15ART 70,782

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December 2019 79
November 2019 210
October 2019 301
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August 2019 825
April 2019 164
February 2019 87
January 2019 375
December 2018 146
November 2018 814
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August 2018 112
July 2018 11
June 2018 159
April 2018 352
March 2018 655
February 2018 585
January 2018 265
December 2017 552
November 2017 151
October 2017 448
September 2017 29
August 2017 527
July 2017 211
April 2017 1,258
March 2017 968
February 2017 599
January 2017 1,248
December 2016 1,581
November 2016 1,192
October 2016 1,768
September 2016 1,087
August 2016 32
July 2016 523
June 2016 9
May 2016 579
April 2016 316
February 2016 130
January 2016 1,060
December 2015 690
November 2015 681
October 2015 382
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June 2015 111
May 2015 132
April 2015 90
March 2015 184
February 2015 1
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December 2014 47
November 2014 7
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May 2014 46
April 2014 252
March 2014 865
February 2014 239
January 2014 490
December 2013 419
November 2013 619
October 2013 510
September 2013 235
August 2013 185
July 2013 454
June 2013 369
May 2013 303
April 2013 3,578
March 2013 3,197
February 2013 1,569
January 2013 330
December 2012 363
November 2012 421
October 2012 117
September 2012 110
August 2012 981
July 2012 3,406
June 2012 809
May 2012 31
April 2012 223
February 2012 113
December 2011 196
August 2011 103
June 2011 1
May 2011 259
April 2011 290
March 2011 799
February 2011 2,878
January 2011 1,369
December 2010 316
November 2010 1,987
October 2010 774
September 2010 593
August 2010 1,664
July 2010 862
June 2010 3,924
May 2010 3,578
April 2010 2,607
March 2010 2,286
February 2010 1,193
January 2010 1,241
October 2009 391
December 2008 385

Hall o' fame ranking

Rank Corrector Lines corrected
1 JohnWarren 5,864,318
2 noelwoodhouse 3,932,757
3 NeilHamilton 3,428,585
4 DonnaTelfer 3,387,541
5 Rhonda.M 3,214,914
...
659 HezzieQ 71,144
660 leed 71,093
661 C.Weber 70,897
662 ray-coffey 70,888
663 LindaB 70,811
664 Trove15ART 70,782

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December 2019 79
November 2019 210
October 2019 301
September 2019 188
August 2019 825
April 2019 164
February 2019 87
January 2019 375
December 2018 146
November 2018 814
October 2018 6
September 2018 105
August 2018 112
July 2018 11
June 2018 159
April 2018 352
March 2018 655
February 2018 585
January 2018 265
December 2017 552
November 2017 151
October 2017 448
September 2017 29
August 2017 527
July 2017 211
April 2017 1,258
March 2017 968
February 2017 599
January 2017 1,248
December 2016 1,581
November 2016 1,192
October 2016 1,768
September 2016 1,087
August 2016 32
July 2016 523
June 2016 9
May 2016 579
April 2016 316
February 2016 130
January 2016 1,060
December 2015 690
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December 2014 47
November 2014 7
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May 2014 46
April 2014 252
March 2014 865
February 2014 239
January 2014 490
December 2013 419
November 2013 619
October 2013 510
September 2013 235
August 2013 185
July 2013 454
June 2013 369
May 2013 303
April 2013 3,578
March 2013 3,197
February 2013 1,569
January 2013 330
December 2012 363
November 2012 421
October 2012 117
September 2012 110
August 2012 981
July 2012 3,406
June 2012 809
May 2012 31
April 2012 223
February 2012 113
December 2011 196
August 2011 103
June 2011 1
May 2011 259
April 2011 290
March 2011 799
February 2011 2,878
January 2011 1,369
December 2010 316
November 2010 1,987
October 2010 774
September 2010 593
August 2010 1,664
July 2010 862
June 2010 3,924
May 2010 3,578
April 2010 2,607
March 2010 2,286
February 2010 1,193
January 2010 1,241
October 2009 391
December 2008 385

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Raymond Lindsay Reviews Sydney Art Show for Telegraph (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Friday 4 September 1936 page 6 2019-12-03 18:08 Reviews Sydney Ari\
£PHE anual exhibition of the New South
A Wales 'Society of Artists is always
its exhibits, and usually one can say.
without exaggeration, that it would-be
difficult to find anywhere to-day a col
lection of works of art of such an1 even
rpHIS year, however. 'it Is pleasing to
note a few exceptions, to this general
rule. The most notable of these Is the.
Cezanne's influence, makes a most strik
ing painting- It is particularly pleas ng
calls for special attention, for his "Break
fast Piece." which has been purchased
by the National Art Gallery. Is a freshly
painted genre subject; while. his- "La
Perousc, Holiday," with its feel
ing for light and movement amongst;
the colourful holiday' crowd, ' is a
type of subject matter which lias been,
so far sadly neglected by. .Australian
artists. !. , .
Fred Lelst strikes a quaint .and original
note in his "Diana" and "Pan with,.his
use of Australian aboriginal and. animal"
forms instead of the conventional -classi
cal properties associated with such sub
()NE notices with regret that two.
V Queensland members of the Society.
however, other Queenslandcrs, who
show distinctive works. LlOyd Rees in
his usual style, and his "Evening Light
is a conscientious and well studied -land
planes of colour; while anollier Queens-
lander, Walter Taylor, has some excel
lent examples of the bookbinders .art,
rpHE National Art Gallery has been
which include John D. Moore's "Syd
panoramic in its effect and lack
drum's . stodgy "Interior," which . is
values, and which. also won the Society
of Artists'- annual . award; and Will
Ashtonis "Gospel." Other outstanding
works- are Harold Abbott's portrait of
"Susan . Davles,"' for ' it's subtle tone
and colour;' Douglas Dundas', -".The
character. . ' . -
shows his splendid feeling for. por
traiture in his heads of Hugh McCrac
Donald's head of Edward Xj. Meyers,
Esq., is modelled with a fine sim
There Is also an Interesting' section
examples, by Gerald Kelly, R.A., Dame
Laura Knight, R.A., Phillip Conriard,
Jacob' Epstein. "
Reviews Sydney Art
THE anual exhibition of the New South
Wales Society of Artists is always
its exhibits, and usually one can say,
without exaggeration, that it would be
difficult to find anywhere to-day a col-
lection of works of art of such an even
THIS year, however. it Is pleasing to
note a few exceptions to this general
rule. The most notable of these is the
Cezanne's influence, makes a most strik-
ing painting. It is particularly pleasing
calls for special attention, for his "Break-
fast Piece," which has been purchased
by the National Art Gallery, is a freshly
painted genre subject; while his "La
Perouse, Holiday," with its feel-
ing for light and movement amongst
the colourful holiday crowd, is a
type of subject matter which has been
so far sadly neglected by Australian
artists.
Fred Leist strikes a quaint and original
note in his "Diana" and "Pan with his
use of Australian aboriginal and animal
forms instead of the conventional classi-
cal properties associated with such sub-
ONE notices with regret that two
Queensland members of the Society
however, other Queenslanders, who
show distinctive works. Lloyd Rees in
his usual style, and his "Evening Light"
is a conscientious and well studied land-
planes of colour; while another Queens-
lander, Walter Taylor, has some excel-
lent examples of the bookbinders art,
THE National Art Gallery has been
which include John D. Moore's "Syd-
panoramic in its effect and lack-
drum's stodgy "Interior," which is
values, and which also won the Society
of Artists' annual award; and Will
Ashton's "Gospel." Other outstanding
works are Harold Abbott's portrait of
"Susan Davies,"' for it's subtle tone
and colour; Douglas Dundas' "The
character.
shows his splendid feeling for por-
traiture in his heads of Hugh McCrae
Donald's head of Edward L. Meyers,
Esq., is modelled with a fine sim-
There is also an interesting section
examples by Gerald Kelly, R.A., Dame
Laura Knight, R.A., Phillip Connard,
Jacob Epstein.
R.M.S. ROMA. (Article), The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld. : 1872 - 1947), Wednesday 26 September 1883 [Issue No.3,416] page 2 2019-12-02 15:52 E.M.S! EOMA,
TnB R.M^. Roma, from London via ports,
with passengers, immigrants, and cargo, arrived ?
noon yesterday, a day and a half in advance of , .
ooutrait lirsB. On leaving I'fyrmoutb. on thet '
1st of AuguBt, aho had on board for Queensland ,
R.M.S. ROMA
The R.M.S. Roma, from London via ports,
with passengers, immigrants, and cargo, arrived
noon yesterday, a day and a half in advance of
contract time. On leaving Plymouth on the
1st of August, she had on board for Queensland
ART BOOKBINDING. (Article), The Daily Mail (Brisbane, Qld. : 1903 - 1926), Thursday 4 August 1921 [Issue No.5970] page 4 2019-12-02 12:42 ART BOOKBINDING. '
In tho exhibitbn at prcsont boing bold
by Mr. Lloyd Roes and Mr. Wal Tay
lor, in Mis Eholdon's gallery, the ex
quieilo bookbindings of t.re latter are a
notable feature. Beautiful morocco, care-
full? selected, as dclicatolv tooled tn eotd
and overlaid in vnri-colourrd leathers in
dollglitful designs. Tlio work of lliia
artist-ciuftsman is a delight to (ho touch 1
as well o« to tho oyc. and it is to bo
hoped that the revival of tho beautiful
work In Australia will receive the en
couragement it so richly desorves. There
aro tuo rpeclmen of binding in thu pre
sent exhibition, which will bo open for
tv/o weeks, ana tho designs cover's largo
range and oxhibila very cnarming variety
ART BOOKBINDING.
In the exhibition at present being held
by Mr. Lloyd Rees and Mr. Wal Tay-
lor, in Miss Sheldon's gallery, the ex-
quisite bookbindings of the latter are a
notable feature. Beautiful moroccos, care-
fully selected, as delicately tooled in gold
and overlaid in vari-coloured leathers in
delightful designs. The work of this
artist-craftsman is a delight to the touch
as well as to the eye, and it is to be
hoped that the revival of the beautiful
work in Australia will receive the en-
couragement it so richly deserves. There
are ten specimens of binding in the pre-
sent exhibition, which will be open for
two weeks, and the designs cover a large
range and exhibits a very charming variety
L. French paintings (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Friday 8 September 1967 [Issue No.11,788] page 13 2019-11-13 16:07 diameter, will be ex
the first time in Can
diameter, will be ex-
the first time in Can-
FRENCH GLASS (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Sunday 6 April 1986 [Issue No.18,449] page 88 2019-11-13 16:00 a )ob. They said-sthey didn't' want"
anyone. ,1, came.b'ack ; tHe;- next'' Saturdayv
and • showedthem" my.work.'.vThey, said
'No.' But I said, ,!I'm pretty goodj^kem^i
i .■■■-. comini|back|and|evenmallyiwbref^em^
v' down;vThey.tookffiei on?as: an4pprenticesfd
i-ssHe said thatiwas^bsolutelynnyaluable^l?
He learnt--things-, unknown; topmost,*,
painters, 'all ;;the^brands?and\ makes .ofl.
brushesji'alllabWtfwhitelrea'dricHro'mcs/ •!
/cadmiumyUhetcompositionsoii.pairit.';;-,'>ia:P
,\"I still make,u'^l^my'own,pdnt^"{hse"?;.
said.' !'Ii have;powdere'd;;pigments'' from'*5
everywhere.",
Victor - Greenhalge;-,head - of/'the'i}'"art>;
department at;Melbourne ,Tech. "Not 'a ;;
great sculpt6r"and;riot even a great:artist:■};
He.saw:some; thingsilswas doing.when;Ik
was signwriting. and he said, 'Do you
paint?' I said, ,'Yes' .. . 'You'd better
come up,totart classes.' I told him, I
couldn't, afford, it.iHe said, - 'Oh, you
don't have to pay:'(.Then, when I was 18, v
he. saidil'You^gotja suit? You can take1*
over my drawing and design class.'- It "
: : was marvellous for me because I thoughts
, but then'they: all. seemed' so privileged; sl:,^
a job. They said they didn't want
anyone. I came.back the next Saturday
and showed them my work.They said
'No.' But I said 'I'm pretty good.' I kept
coming back and eventually wore 'em
down; They took me on as an apprentice for five years."
He said that was absolutely invaluable.
He learnt- things unknown to most
painters, all the brands, and makes of
brushes; alll about white lead, chromes,
cadium, the composition of paint.
"I still make up all my own paint," He
said. "I have powdered pigments from
everywhere."
Victor Greenhalge, head of the art
department at Melbourne Tech. "Not a
great sculptor and not even a great artist.
He saw some things l was doing when I
was signwriting, and he said, 'Do you
come up to art classes.' I told him I
couldn't, afford it. He said, 'Oh, you
don't have to pay:' Then, when I was 18,
he said 'You got a suit? You can take
over my drawing and design class.' It
was marvellous for me because I thought
,but then they all seemed so privileged. I
FRENCH GLASS (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Sunday 6 April 1986 [Issue No.18,449] page 88 2019-11-13 14:58 IEONARD FRENCH has not
i in Melbourne's National
• It's bullocking labour. And he's get
2'/z metres of it. Then you get a sort of
everything's alive. The priest and his J
vestry, simple people, imaginative. I J
reckon they were real brave to take it on. \
Not like some of your smartarse \
art critics and gallery directors." h
Len French starts every day at 7.30 am C
LEONARD FRENCH has not
in Melbourne's National
It's bullocking labour. And he's get-
2½ metres of it. Then you get a sort of
everything's alive. The priest and his
vestry, simple people, imaginative. I
reckon they were real brave to take it on.
Not like some of your smartarse
art critics and gallery directors."
Len French starts every day at 7.30 am
PURPOSEFUL READING LEONARD WOOLF'S "AFTER THE DELUGE" (Article), The Age (Melbourne, Vic. : 1854 - 1954), Saturday 30 April 1932 [Issue No.24,041] page 4 2019-11-13 14:41 h>illlunillllllliillllllllUiliiiiiiiiiiliiiiitiiiiiiiliii,iii>iilii<i>i.uiiiiiii,iii>iii>iiii;i.uiiu
1 1- purposeful
j : : READING : :
LEONARD J
WOOLF'S Hi
"AFTER THE V
DELUGE" I
v., in iii-n,ini.iiiiii;iii-iin;"iii-u"i..ai)-st!i-:;vni-<i:ini!ii BY W.M.B. an--li.-lLM.i.w.«1r..iwi;i».i«n,sw.rfi«|«r:«i!Miifl-
of Parliament after tho last elections,
"want to feel the hand of a lulcr," and
Yet the difficult question remains, Wlnl
sort of ruler 1 Plato was convinced that

purposeful
: : READING : :
LEONARD
WOOLF'S
"AFTER THE
DELUGE"
BY W.M.B.
of Parliament after the last elections,
"want to feel the hand of a ruler," and
Yet the difficult question remains, What
sort of ruler ? Plato was convinced that
ART THE SEVEN DAYS THE SEVEN DAYS, by Leonard French, in the Albert Hall; September 29 — October 5. PAINTINGS BY GEOFFREY DAVIS at Nundah Gallery; September 29 — October 8. PAINTING FROM THE COMMONWEALTH COLLECTION in the Theatre Centre Gallery (weekend only). PAINTINGS IN THE OPEN AIR by Canberra artists in Civic Square (weekonly). (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Saturday 30 September 1967 [Issue No.11,807] page 13 2019-11-13 14:36 the Albert Hall; Sep
September 29 - Octo
THE COMMON
Theatre Centre Gal
Civic Square (i veek
rpWO years ago it was
Leonard French's paint
University by an anony
they have toured over
They are very well pre
scnted in enforced se
for it suits them excel
known (the Samos minia
tures, very similar al
shown in the Menzies Lib
contrives a kind of decora
use the gravid look of sym
* « .
French and Nolan in Can
some 'traditional' land
scapes and some unconvin
. * .
Gallery there is an exhi
bition of paintings pur
chased by the Common
since 3958. It was in that
graxit to buy paintings for
and the criterion for selec
acquisition. It is an interest
. . .
have provided large pic
the weekend. It is a cheer
ful and commendable en
the Albert Hall; Sep-
September 29 - Octo-
THE COMMON-
Theatre Centre Gal-
Civic Square (week-
TWO years ago it was
Leonard French's paint-
University by an anony-
they have toured over-
They are very well pre-
sented in enforced se-
for it suits them excel-
known (the Samos minia-
tures, very similar al-
shown in the Menzies Lib-
contrives a kind of decora-
use the gravid look of sym-
* * *
French and Nolan in Can-
some 'traditional' land-
scapes and some unconvin-
* * *
Gallery there is an exhi-
bition of paintings pur-
chased by the Common-
since 1958. It was in that
grant to buy paintings for
and the criterion for selec-
acquisition. It is an interest-
* * *
have provided large pic-
the weekend. It is a cheer-
ful and commendable en-
ART Luminous canvases celebrate Genesis Leonard French: 'The Seven Days of Creation', Melville Hall, ANU, till April 6, 12.30pm-4.30pm. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Thursday 27 March 1986 [Issue No.18,439] page 12 2019-11-13 14:07 Luminous canvases ;
celebrate Genesis ;
Leonard French: 'The Seven Days of Creation', '
Melville Hall, ANU, till April 6, I2.30pm-4.30pm. '
XjEONARD French's 'The Seven Days of Crea
series was conccived as an answer to his son's
give expression to this revelation. As a series,-it is
fish, bird, flowers and clockwork forms are all.
displaced within a colouristically intense geometric:
feast cyclc of icons or mosaics found in the Or
of symbols. These symbols arc a sort of life force
and in the continual cyclc of killing off these
convert the canvases into gleaming jewel-like sur
Luminous canvases
celebrate Genesis
Leonard French: 'The Seven Days of Creation',
LEONARD French's 'The Seven Days of Crea-
series was conceived as an answer to his son's
give expression to this revelation. As a series, it is
fish, bird, flowers and clockwork forms are all
displaced within a colouristically intense geometric
feast cycle of icons or mosaics found in the Or-
of symbols. These symbols are a sort of life force
and in the continual cycle of killing off these
convert the canvases into gleaming jewel-like sur-
ART Geometry and religion A travelling exhibition, THE SAMOS MINIATURES, by Leonard French. At the R. G. Menzies Library of the ANU: August 2-14. (Article), The Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995), Tuesday 3 August 1965 [Issue No.11,224] page 12 2019-11-13 13:42 Menzies Library of the AJSU: August 2-14.
pYTHAGOR A S,
geometry and re
for its wines. Leon
entirely o£ very small
pictures, ;i few inches in
way of most . naturalistic
are bold, simple, and al
painted pn small masonite
to raise and set back rec
tangles and circles of var
is powerful, and many pi
the pictures must be de
towns are so well furn
Leonard French's pic
have the same air of an
painting and the repaint
of silver relief to an anci
ent surface, the incrusta
times of precious and semi
Tn some cases, where
drawn, there is the eflcct
of an ancient wall or ceil
that has peeled, been re
stored. and peeled again.
This is so in such a pic
others, such as S t u <ly
Tor Banner of Fishes, the
Not .only the Orthodox
symbolic imagery o£ By
source of significant pat
the silver and blue of bar
join the. suave gold
is in any case itself deri
mystery-mongcring of halt
magical religiosity: Mad
ame Blavatsky and Theo
sophy, Jung and the man
dala image. Mandaln over
heritage, but rather re
1 quires initiation into deep
1 Not that this matters in
the least. One is not, 1
think, invited to appreci
slight fragment of pat
THE COCK 11" by 9V from the exhibition,
Menzies Library of the ANU: August 2-14.
PYTHAGORAS,
geometry and re-
for its wines. Leon-
entirely of very small
pictures, a few inches in
way of most naturalistic
are bold, simple, and al-
painted on small masonite
to raise and set back rec-
tangles and circles of var-
is powerful, and many of
the pictures must be de-
towns are so well furn-
Leonard French's pic-
have the same air of an-
painting and the repaint-
of silver relief to an anci-
ent surface, the incrusta-
times of precious and semi-
In some cases, where
drawn, there is the effect
of an ancient wall or ceil-
that has peeled, been re-
stored, and peeled again.
This is so in such a pic-
others, such as Study
for Banner of Fishes, the
Not only the Orthodox
symbolic imagery of By-
source of significant pat-
the silver and blue of bar-
join the suave gold
is in any case itself deri-
mystery-mongering of half
magical religiosity: Mad-
ame Blavatsky and Theo-
sophy, Jung and the man-
dala image. Mandala over
heritage, but rather re-
quires initiation into deep
Not that this matters in
the least. One is not, I
think, invited to appreci-
slight fragment of pat-
THE COCK 11" by 9½" from the exhibition,

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