Robert Richmond Campbell
Impressionist painter often En Plein Air, Campbell is one of Australia’s highly underrated artists.
Campbell achieved his first major success with a sell out exhibition of paintings depicting Sydney Harbour and Landscapes at Sendon Galleries in 1928.
He facilitated and organised an exhibition of Australian Art at the Tate Gallery in London in 1962.
His work is represented in all state and many regional galleries and other public collections.