Charles Wheeler (painter)

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Charles Arthur Wheeler OBE, DCM (4 January 1881 – 26 October 1977) was an Australian painter.

Born in New Zealand, he arrived in Australia in 1892.

He won the Archibald Prize for 1933.

In 1939 he was appointed master of the painting school at the national gallery, Melbourne, Australia.

Preceded by
Ernest Buckmaster
Archibald Prize
for Ambrose Pratt
Succeeded by
Henry Hanke