Alfred James Daplyn
Alfred James Daplyn (1844 - 19 July 1926) was an English-born Australian artist.
Daplyn migrated to Melbourne in 1881, later becoming secretary of the New South Wales Art Society when he moved to Sydney. The Society's instructor in painting 1885-92, Daplyn influenced Charles Conder, Sydney Long and Julian Ashton. Around 1892, Daplyn spent a year painting in Samoa, meeting his old friend Robert Louis Stevenson.
- 'Daplyn, Alfred James (1843 - 1926)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Vol. 4, MUP, 1972, pp 16-17.