Harold Frederick Neville Gye

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Harold Frederick Neville Gye (22 May 1888–25 November 1967), who published under the name Hal Gye, was an author of cartoons, illustrations and articles for early Australian newspapers and journals. Gye provided the artwork for The Songs of a Sentimental Bloke.

Hal Gye was born on at Ryde, New South Wales. His works include political cartoons and other illustrations, later exhibiting oil paintings and publishing articles; the latter were collected as Father Clears Out (1966), The Hole in the Bedroom Floor (1969) was published after his death in 1967.[1]


  1. ^ Ian F., McLaren (1983). "Gye, Harold Frederick Neville (Hal) (1888 - 1967)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Canberra: Australian National University. Retrieved 2009-11-26. 

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