A Study in Brown – Part Five – What do the Newspapers have to say?

My go-to place when researching is the newspapers of the day, and the Australian National Library makes this easy. They digitise an ever-increasing number of Australian newspapers, plus many other resources such as images. The service is free, no subscription is required, and the search engine is easy to use. https://trove.nla.gov.au/Norman Carter trained in Melbourne then … Continue reading A Study in Brown – Part Five – What do the Newspapers have to say?

A Study in Brown – Part Four – More Mysterious Hints

Norman St. Clair Carter was born in Melbourne, Victoria, in 1875. He studied at the Melbourne National Gallery School and under Phillips Fox and was apprenticed to a stained-glass maker. For 28 years from 1903 he lectured in architecture and history of art at Sydney University, N.S.W. His 'Low-toned Harmony' won a bronze medal at the Paris Salon … Continue reading A Study in Brown – Part Four – More Mysterious Hints