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Patricia Fullerton

Patricia Fullerton

Patricia Fullerton is a freelance writer and curator based in Melbourne. She established the Hugh Ramsay Chair in Australian Art History at the University of Melbourne.

Patricia Fullerton reviews 'George W. Lambert Retrospective: Heroes & icons' by Anne Gray

November 2007, no. 296 26 August 2022
When George Lambert returned to Sydney in 1921, he was celebrated as the most successful Australian painter of his time. With his cosmopolitan charm and forceful personality, he was in demand both socially and as a leader in contemporary art circles. For the previous two decades in London, he had exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy and the Chelsea Arts Club, rubbing shoulders with prominent B ... (read more)

'Hilma af Klint: Early encounters with spiritualism and an early Abstractionist' by Patricia Fullerton

ABR Arts 07 June 2021
We are grateful to Patricia Fullerton for allowing us to publish her personal memoir, which was written for her family. Ever since experiencing my first séance at the Victorian Spiritualist Union in the mid-1960s, when I made contact with my godmother and uncle, I have been fascinated by the supernatural. Over the years, I have visited fortune tellers, astrologists, clairvoyants and others cla ... (read more)