Gustave Adrian Barnes - Windback Wednesday

Gustave Adrian Barnes (1877-1921) was the Curator at the Art Gallery of South Australia from 1918 to 1921. He lived on West Terrace in Kensington Gardens in a ‘plain, unfussy’ house that he designed, with a painting studio upstairs.

He worked as a designer, modeller, etcher and was well-known for his landscape paintings in oils and watercolours.

Pictured here, Barnes in circa 1919 painting in Kensington Gardens.

Burnside Local History Collection

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