LIN BLOOMFIELD

Author, art gallery director and publisher, Lin Bloomfield is an acknowledged expert on the works of Norman Lindsay. Her long association with the Lindsay family began in 1960 and icntunues to the present day. Apart formt he visual arts, Lin's other major interests include Middle Eastern policitcs, archaeology and travel. In 1973 Lin founded Bloomfield Galleries in Sydney, first at Crows Nest and then in Paddingtom from 1975 to 1994.

In the 1970s, Lin was a member of the labor Party's Media Advisory Committee and was later a government appointee to the Board of Governors of the NSW Institute of the Arts. During the 1980s, Lin also served as Chair of both the Australian Commercial Galleries Association and the National Trust (NSW) Norman Lindsay Gallery Advisory Committee. In 1989 she was awarded a Fellowship of the New South Wales Institute of the Arts in recognition of her 'outstanding contribution to education and the Arts'.

BOOKS AS AUTHOR AND EDITOR
1978 - Frank Hinder: Lithographs
1978 - L. Roy Davies: Wood Engravings
1979 - The World of Norman Lindsay (contributor and editor)
1980 - Vincent Brown: Life and Work
1984 - Norman Lindsay: Impulse to Draw
1998 - The Complete Etchings of Norman Lindsay
1999 - Norman Lindsay Etchings: Catalogue Raisonne
2003 - Norman Lindsay: Watercolours 1897 - 1969
2006 - Norman Lindsay: Oil Paintings 1889 - 1969
2008 - Norman Lindsay: 80 Years of Pencil Drawing