Sydney Long

1878 - 1955

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The Australian artist Sydney Long moved to London in 1910, where he learned etching and became an associate of the Royal Society of Painters, Etchers & Engravers. He returned to Australia in 1921 and helped to found the Australian Painters, Etchers & Engravers Society. He then returned to England for a period of three years, from 1922 until 1925, after which he moved back to Australia, to become President of the Society which he had helped to found .

Along with the works of Norman Lindsay, Sydney Long’s etchings are now the most highly prized of all of the Australian school of etchers.