Hilda Rix Nicholas: Her Life and Art
Hilda Rix Nicholas was an assertive and accomplished woman who conscientiously set out to carve a place for herself alongside the most important male painters in Australia between the wars. The great strength of her work and her career lies in her determined quest for equal rights and in her passionate commitment to Australia at a time when women were excluded from its representation.
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