Victor Greenhalgh

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[[File:m8877-wiki.jpg|500px|thumb|right|''Letter on Ballaarat Centenary Floral Festival Letterhead,'' 1938. Federation University Historical Collection (Cat. No. 8877]]
 
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==History==
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Victor Greenhalgh studied art at the [[Ballarat Technical Art School]], a division of the [[Ballarat School of Mines]].
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==Legacy==
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Victor Greenhalgh was the commissioned sculptor for the King George V statue located in Ballarat's Sturt Street Gardens, as well as eight of the portrait busts of Australian Prime Ministers which line the "Avenue of Prime Ministers"  in the Ballarat Botanical Gardens.
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==Family==
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==See also==
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[[Ballarat School of Mines]]
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[[Ballarat Techncial Art School]]
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==Notes==
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==References==
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==Further Reading==
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==External links==
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--[[User:Cgervaso|Clare K.Gervasoni]] 13:28, 21 May 2020 (AEST)

Revision as of 03:28, 21 May 2020

Letter on Ballaarat Centenary Floral Festival Letterhead, 1938. Federation University Historical Collection (Cat. No. 8877


Contents

History

Victor Greenhalgh studied art at the Ballarat Technical Art School, a division of the Ballarat School of Mines.

Legacy

Victor Greenhalgh was the commissioned sculptor for the King George V statue located in Ballarat's Sturt Street Gardens, as well as eight of the portrait busts of Australian Prime Ministers which line the "Avenue of Prime Ministers" in the Ballarat Botanical Gardens.

Family

See also

Ballarat School of Mines

Ballarat Techncial Art School

Notes


References


Further Reading

External links


--Clare K.Gervasoni 13:28, 21 May 2020 (AEST)

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