1885 - 1969
Horace Brodzky began his artistic career at the School of the National Gallery of Victoria but most of his working life was spent in London. He was one of the first Australian artists to work in the modernist style of the 20th century. His work with lino-cuts was revolutionary and his graphics were used to illustrate the literaryworks of Erza Pound, Eugene O'Neill, Upton Sinclair and Theodore Dreisler. He is represented in the British Museum, The Tate and the Museum of Modern Art in New York as well as in most major Australian public collections.