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(25 March 1908 – 16 March 1991) was an Australian artist. Born in Tasmania, she was educated in Hobart
and at Julian Ashton
's art school in Sydney, where her teachers included Thea Proctor
. In London she studied under painters Bernard Meninsky
and Mark Gertler
. A modernist
painter, Bellette was influential in mid-twentieth-century Sydney art circles. She frequently painted scenes influenced by the Greek tragedies of Euripedes
. The only woman to win the Sulman Prize
more than once, Bellette claimed the accolade in 1942 with For Whom the Bell Tolls
, and in 1944 with Iphigenia in Tauris
. She helped found the Blake Prize
for religious art, and was its inaugural judge. Bellette and her husband, the artist and critic Paul Haefliger
, owned a cottage in Hill End
, an old gold mining village in central New South Wales. Bellette bequeathed the cottage to the National Parks and Wildlife Service
(which manages the Hill End historic site) for use as an artists' retreat. It continues to operate for that purpose. (Full article...
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