David Newbury was born in Eltham, Victoria, Australia in 1925, the son of important Melbourne artist A.E. Newbury. He studied painting after World War 2 at RMIT and taught there from 1955 - 59, followed by Bendigo Teachers College 1959 - 61 and Melbourne Teachers College 1962 - 83. Among his students were Robert Jacks, Peter Smales and Gareth Sansom.


  • Title: Angahook
  • Creator: David Newbury
  • Date Created: 1981
  • Physical Dimensions: 915 x 760 x 40 mm
  • Provenance: Donated by the Rotary Club of Maryborough.
  • Type: PAINTING
  • Rights: Central Goldfields Art Gallery Collection (CGAG.0057). © Susan Gillard. Reproduced with permission of the copyright holder.
  • Medium: oil on canvas
  • Artwork photographer: Megan Cardamone

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