Carington Smith was an artist and teacher. While he carried considerable teaching and administrative responsibilities from 1940 to 1970 at the Hobart Technical College, he also participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Australia and overseas. Carington Smith won the Sir John Sulman prize (1949), the inaugural (955) Women's Weekly prize for portraiture, the Archibald prize (1963) for his portrait of James McAuley, the Rubinstein prize (1966) for his painting of Leslie Greener, the Lloyd Jones memorial prize for portraiture (1969) and the Sir Warwick Fairfax (human image) prize (1971).

Gender Male
Country of Birth Australia
Date of Death 1971