The Invisible Man , Stephen Marshall

Vol 43 no 1, February 2021
Article from Vol 43 no 1, February 2021

The Invisible Man , Stephen Marshall


Sometimes it is easy to find information about an artist in reference works. Sometimes information can be readily found through internet resources. Stephen Marshall, looking at wider issues of art appreciation, chose as an example William Young, who painted many watercolours around Sydney and NSW from the 1920s to 1940s in a conservative style. He found that researching Young was not easy, and although Stephen discovered some biographical data about him, Young remains elusive as a person.

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