Albert Henry Fullwood
Horse Guards Parading at Whitehall
Watercolour with pencil
24.2 x 35 cm
Signed with initials and dated ‘04
Exhibited: Early Australian Watercolours and Drawings, Bridget McDonnell Gallery, 1987, no. 10
Provenance: Private collection, U.K.
A. H. Fullwood was born in England and migrated to Australia in 1883. He travelled extensively throughout
Australia as an artist on the Picturesque Atlas of Australasia. He shared a studio with Frank Mahony and
painted with Julian Ashton. For a time he lived with Tom Roberts and Arthur Streeton at their camp at
Sirius Cove and painted with them around Sydney Harbour and the Hawkesbury River. In 1899 he travelled
to the USA for a year and then on to England. He served with the Royal Army Medical Corps and was
appointed as an official War Artist working in France in 1918 and 1919. He returned to Australia in 1920.
Fullwood is represented in the British Musuem, various European public collections, the Australian War
Memorial and all main Australian public collections