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Curriculum Vitae

Timeline 1894-1983

1894, 16 October – Born in Hamilton near Newcastle, NSW Australia. Education at Hamilton School

1911 – Leaves home. Various manual jobs. Studies with James R. Jackson and Julian Ashton

1916 – Enlists in the Australian Imperial Force. Serves as Private in the 19th Battalion

1916 –  Embarks on 11 November on the HMAT Suevic in Sydney

1917, 20 September – Seriously wounded at Polygon Wood

1918, 14 February – Returns to Sydney on HMAT Runic

1918, 14 May – Discharged from Forces for medical reasons

1918 – Studies painting again with Julian Ashton at the Julian Ashton Academy in Sydney

1920 – Solo exhbition at the Society of Women Painters, Sydney

1921 – Exhibition of oil paintings of Sydney Harbour at Decoration Galleries, Melbourne

1922 – Exhibition at Fine Art Galleries, Melbourne

1924 – Exhibition at Anthony Hordern with the Younger Group of Australian Artists

1925 – Second Exhibition at Anthony Hordern with the Younger Group of Australian Artists

1926 – Returns to Europe to study and travel

1926 – Exhibition at Macquarie Galleries, Sydney in June. Exhibition at Dunster Galleries, Sydney

1926-1929 – Travels in Europe and England. Exhibits works at the Royal Academy, the Paris Salon, the Liverpool and Glasgow galleries.Receives an invitation to show at the International Society’s Gallery at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

1929 – Exhibition of selected works at the Paris Salon, Société des Artistes Français. “Views of Australia”

1929 – Solo Exhibitions at Macquarie Galleries, Sydney. Fine Art Society's Gallery, Melbourne

1930-1974 – Lives in London, St John's Wood, at 66 Avenue Road, then 61 Marlborough Place, and later on 63 Marlborough Place

1931 – Exhibition at Leger’s Gallery, Old Bond Street, London

1932 – Exhibits works with the Royal Institute of Oil painters, London

1933 – Exhibition at Leger’s Gallery, Old Bond Street, London

1933 – Exhibits works with the Royal Institute of Oil painters, London (ROI). See Affiliations to see which works Lloyd showed with the ROI

1933 – Exhibits paintings at the Royal Academy, London

1934 – Listed in ‘Who’s Who in Art – 1934’

1934 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1935 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1936 – Member of the ROI

1936 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1937 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1938 – Listed with the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and as Fellow of the Royal Society of Artists (FRSA)

1938 – Exhibits works at the Royal Academy, London

1938 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1939 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1940 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1941-1942 – President of the London Sketch Club

1940 – Royal Academy of Arts, United Artists’ Exhibition

1944 – Liaison officer in Paris after the liberation of France

1944 – Meets Zenaïde Chaumette

1944-1974 – Regular visits to Chassignolles

1947 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1947 – Exhibits works at Le Salon, Société des Artistes Français

1948 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1949 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1949 – Exhibits works at Le Salon, Société des Artistes Français

1949 – Exhibits at Salon d’Hiver

1950 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1950 – Exhibits works at Le Salon, Société des Artistes Français

1951 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1951 – Exhibits works at Le Salon, Société des Artistes Français

1951 – Exhibits at Salon d’Hiver

1952 – Exhibits works at Le Salon, Société des Artistes Français

1953 – Exhibits works at Le Salon, Société des Artistes Français

1953 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1954 – Exhibits works at Le Salon, Société des Artistes Français

1954 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1955 – Exhibits works at Le Salon, Société des Artistes Français

1956 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1956 – Awarded Medaille d'Argent by the Paris Salon

1957 – Receives Palm of the French Academy

1962 – Exhibits works at Le Salon, Société des Artistes Français

1963 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1964 – Michael Kmit exhibition, Melbourne

1964 Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1965 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1966 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1970 – Exhibits works with the ROI, London

1974 – Exhibits works at Stewart’s of London and Donegal

1974-76 – The ROI lists Normans Lloyd's address as Chassignolles, France

1975 – Exhibition at Davids-Bartlow Gallery, Columbus, Ohio

1976 – Exhibition at Davis-Bartlow Gallery, Columbus, Ohio

1978 – Exhibits at Koch Galleries, Mobile, Alabama

1983, 5 March – Dies in London

Lloyd was a Fellow of the Royal Society of Artists, a Member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Oil Colour, a member and President of the London Sketch Club.

 

Norman Lloyd's works are represented in:

Art Gallery of Western Australia

Morning, Middle Harbour, Sydney, 1925, oil on canvas, 46 x 54.9 cm. Gift of H.
Mandelstam, 1947



Queensland Art Gallery

'Murano', oil on canvas, 46.6 x 55.4 cm. Gift of Miss Maria Therese Treweeke, 1933
University of Sydney – University of Sydney Union Art Collection
'Musgrave Street Wharf', c. 1938, Oil on canvas, 42 x 53 cm, signed lower left
'Summer Haze', 1922, oil on board, 34 x 44.5 cm, signed lower left

 

USA:

  • Gadsden Museum of Fine Art, Gadsden, Alabama
  • Wichita Falls Museum, WIchita Falls, Texas
  • Oklahoma State University, Stilwater, Oklahoma
  • Art Institute for the Permian Basin, Odessa, Texas
  • Stephen F. Austin University, Nacadoches, Texas
  • Dallas Jesuit Museum, Dallas, Texas
  • Lamar University, Beaumont, Texas
  • Longview Museum and Art Center, Longview, Texas
  • Baylor University, Waco, Texas
  • Francis Marion University, Florence, South Carolina
  • Abilene Christian University, Abilene, Texas
  • University of Texas at Dallas, Texas
  • Dallas Baptist University, Dallas, Texas
  • Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas

 

Numerous private collections in Australia, Europe and US