Hinder, Frank.

Hinder, Frank. | FCH [in monogram] | HINDER, Francis Henry Critchley

(1906–1992) Australian | Male

Worked: USA, Australia (NSW). Linocuts, Lithographs, Screenprints, Woodcuts

Art teacher | Artist (commercial) | Artist (painter) | Artist (water-colouristist) | Decorative / design artist | Designer (stage) | Drawer | Printmaker | Sculptor

EXHIBITION HISTORY 1 – 17 of 17 exhibitions

Contemporary Art Society, South Australian Branch, Sixth Annual Exhibition

Venues

Venue Unknown (1947 – 1947)
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Venue Not Identified. (1947 – 1947)

Works

49. River bank. 3 gns | proofs available

Contemporary Group.

Venues

Blaxland Galleries. [1]. (21 August 1947 – 31 August 1947)
8th & 9th floor, George St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Contemporary Group

Venues

Blaxland Galleries. [1]. (21 August 1947 – 31 August 1947)
8th & 9th floor, George St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Works

1. Riverbank. 4 gns

Graphic Arts Exhibition [by Sydney Printmakers].

Venues

Blaxland Galleries. [1]. (5 April 1961 – 15 April 1961)
8th & 9th floor, George St., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.

Australian Print Survey.

Venues

Western Australian Art Gallery [1]. (1963 – 1964)
Perth, Western Australia, Australia

National Gallery Of South Australia (1 October 1963 – 1 November 1963)
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Art Gallery Of South Australia. (1 October 1963 – 1 November 1963)
North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

City Galleries In Victoria (1 January 1964 – 1 May 1964)

Art Gallery Of New South Wales. (10 June 1964 – 28 June 1964)
The Domain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (1 July 1964 – 1 July 1964)
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia

Queensland Art Gallery [1]. (1 August 1964 – 1 September 1964)
Gegory Terrace, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Tasmanian Museum And Art Gallery (1 September 1964 – 1 October 1964)
40 Macquarie St., Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

Queen Victoria Museum And Art Gallery (1 September 1964 – 1 October 1964)
2 Wellington St., Launceston, Tasmania, Australia

National Gallery Of Victoria [1]. (1 November 1964 – 1 December 1964)
Swanston St., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Frank Hinder [1970].

Venues

Toorak Art Gallery [2]. (1 September 1970 – 1 September 1970)
277-281 Toorak Rd., South Yarra, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

The heroic years of Australian painting 1940-1965.

Venues

Melbourne Town Hall (2 April 1977 – 20 April 1977)
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Sale Regional Arts Centre (29 April 1977 – 20 May 1977)
Civic Centre, Sale, Victoria, Australia

Ballarat Fine Art Gallery. (27 May 1977 – 17 June 1977)
40 Lydiard St., Ballarat, Victoria, Australia

Warrnambool Art Gallery [1]. (24 June 1977 – 15 July 1977)
214 Timor St., Warrnambool, Victoria, Australa

Shepparton Art Gallery. (22 July 1977 – 8 August 1977)
Shepparton, Victoria, Australia

Hamilton Art Gallery (12 August 1977 – 2 September 1977)
107 Brown st., Hamilton, Victoria, Australia

Bendigo Art Gallery (16 September 1977 – 7 October 1977)
42 View St., Bendigo, Victoria, Australia

Mildura Arts Centre (14 October 1977 – 4 November 1977)
199 Cureton Ave, Mildura, Victoria, Australia

Benalla Art Gallery (11 November 1977 – 2 December 1977)
Bridge St., 'By the lake', Benalla, Victoria, Australia

Ararat Regional Art Gallery (27 January 1978 – 17 February 1978)
Town Hall, Vincent Street, Ararat, Victoria, Australia

Geelong Art Gallery. (24 February 1978 – 17 March 1978)
Little Malop St., Geelong, Victoria, Australia

Mornington Peninsula Arts Centre (9 December 1978 – 20 January 1978)
4 Vancouver St., Mornington, Victoria, Australia

Frank Hinder: Recent Lithographs 1977-79.

Venues

Bloomfield Galleries [2]. (18 August 1979 – 5 September 1979)
Pace Centre, 100 Alexander Street, Crows Nest, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Frank and Margel Hinder retrospective.

Venues

Art Gallery Of New South Wales. (12 June 1980 – 13 July 1980)
The Domain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Printmakers of New South Wales.

Venues

New South Wales House (1982 – 1982)
London, England

5 contemporary Australian masters: Sali Herman, Lloyd Rees, Frank Hinder, Desiderius Orban, Clifton Pugh.

Venues

Greenhill Galleries [1]. (2 February 1982 – 21 February 1982)
20 Howard Street, Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Greenhill Galleries [Adelaide 2]. (2 March 1982 – 24 March 1982)
140 Barton Terrace West, North Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Masterpieces of Australian printmaking.

Venues

Josef Lebovic Gallery [4]. (30 April 1987 – 30 May 1987)
34 Paddington Street, Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Send me more paint! Australian art during the second world war.

Venues

Australian War Memorial (1988 – 1988)
Anzac Pde., Campbell, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Fifty Years of Australian Printmaking Sydney Long to Eric Thake.

Venues

Josef Lebovic Gallery [4]. (13 August 1988 – 10 September 1988)
34 Paddington Street, Paddington, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Vividly Modern: Sydney Colourists from the collection 1915 - 1950.

Venues

Newcastle Region Art Gallery (9 October 2009 – 29 November 2009)
Laman Street, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia