Charles (Mathew Charles) MEERE

Charles Meere was born in London and studied at the West Ham Technical School and the Royal College of Art, London, where he gained a diploma in mural painting and design. He migrated to Sydney in the late 1930s.

In 1938, when the Art Gallery of New South Wales established the Sulman Prize for murals and figure compositions, one of the first awards went to Meere's painting of the classical goddess, Atlanta. Meere also won the Wynne Prize in 1951.

Gender Male
Country of Birth United Kingdom
Date of Death 1960