Hello, I am Hamiltonstone. In real life, I'm Ian Holland, and I live in
Canberra. My hobbies include research and writing, and in my professional life, well, I do research and writing. My greatest pleasure in Wiki-world has been crafting biographies of significant women in Australian art (which is why I wrote about Ben Gascoigne. Well, not quite). I am sometimes not a fan of their works - Jean Bellette being a case in point. But often they are wonderful - my favourite is perhaps Bronwyn Oliver - and their life stories frequently both exceptional and tragic.
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Australian Senate committees
Robert Stone, silversmith
Michael Eather, artist and gallerist
Michael Riley, Indigenous artist
Paddy Bedford, Indigenous artist
Aubrey Gibson, Australian businessman and art collector
Þórarinn Þorláksson, Icelandic artist
Robert Wood (Australian politician), Senator (briefly) for New South Wales
Freddy Timms, Indigenous artist
Júlíana Sveinsdóttir, Icelandic artist
Art of Iceland
McCaughey Prize, an Australian art prize
Brian Gibson, Australian politician
HIV/AIDS in Australia
Peter Duncan (Australian politician)
Catryna Bilyk, Australian politician
Þorsteinn frá Hamri, Icelandic writer
Icelandic Literary Prize
Ground Zero (1987 film)
Anthony Buckley, Australian film editor and producer
Chris Puplick, Australian politician
John Benson (clockmaker)
Edmund Barton Building
Minerals Council of Australia
Australian Family Physician
Steve Dodd, which reached quality on 31 January 2010. Feature Article Today's featured article on 1 June 2012.
List of Australian Indigenous art movements and cooperatives
Incident at Raven's Gate
Great Southern Group
Makinti Napanangka, Indigenous artist, which reached quality on 28 October 2009. Feature Article Today's featured article on 11 June 2011.
John Young (businessman)
Danie Mellor, Indigenous artist, which reached quality on 3 January 2013. Feature Article Today's featured article on 11 May 2013.
Bronwyn Bancroft, Indigenous artist, which reached quality on 8 March 2010. Feature Article Today's featured article on 31 May 2010.
Airlines of New South Wales
Biddy Rockman Napaljarri
Daisy Jugadai Napaltjarri, which reached quality on 8 November 2012. Feature Article Today's featured article on 17 April 2016.
Susie Bootja Bootja Napaltjarri
Wintjiya Napaltjarri, which reached quality on 16 September 2010. Feature Article Today's featured article on 17 January 2011.
Peggy Rockman Napaljarri
Lucy Napaljarri Kennedy
Helen Nelson Napaljarri
Linda Syddick Napaltjarri
Kitty Pultara Napaljarri
Sheila Brown Napaljarri
Valerie Lynch Napaltjarri
Maggie Napaljarri Ross
Topsy Gibson Napaljarri
Nora Andy Napaltjarri
Ada Andy Napaltjarri
Ngoia Pollard Napaltjarri
Molly Jugadai Napaltjarri
Mona Rockman Napaljarri
Norah Nelson Napaljarri
Napaljarri (skin name)
Contemporary Indigenous Australian art
Western Australian Indigenous Art Awards
Muckaty Station, which reached quality on 12 August 2012. Feature Article Today's featured article on 30 December 2012.
Ben Gascoigne, which reached quality on 16 June 2010. Feature Article Today's featured article on 3 December 2010.
James Kay (artist)
Turkey Tolson Tjupurrula
, which reached Warlugulong quality on 14 May 2014. Feature Article
Josie Petrick Kemarre
Bronwyn Oliver, which reached quality on 3 September 2012. Feature Article Today's featured article on 26 January 2013.
Roslyn Oxley9 Gallery
Constance Stokes, which reached quality on 3 November 2013. Feature Article Today's featured article on 26 June 2015.
Girl in Red Tights
Benalla Art Gallery
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery
Swan Hill Regional Gallery
Florence Fuller, which reached quality on 15 December 2013. Feature Article Today's featured article on 2 August 2014.
Amy Fuller (singer)
Hilda Rix Nicholas, which reached quality on 25 June 2014. Feature Article Today's featured article on 1 September 2014.
Les fleurs dédaignées
Jean Bellette, which reached quality on 16 July 2014. Feature Article Today's featured article on 25 March 2017.
John Passmore (artist)
Kate Downie Lake Macdonald
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