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  1. Phyllis Margaret Cilento (23 December 1923 – 21 November 2006) was an Australian painter and printmaker. Biography. Cilento was born in Sydney, Australia on 23 December 1923. She studied at East Sydney Technical College. In 1947, Cilento went to New York on a Travelling Scholarship.

  2. Sydney, Australia. Place of Death. Seaford, Australia. Birth Name. Margaret Cilento. The most complete record of Cilentos career can be found in Jude Savage, “Atelier 17 and Australian Women Artists in New York: Margaret Cilento at Home and Abroad, 1946–1965” (MA thesis, Australian National University, 1995). ↩.

  3. Cilento produced most of her prints in the late l940s and early 1950s and is primarily known for her paintings which she exhibits regularly. She presently lives and works in Victoria. © Australianprints, 1999

  4. Biography. See a list of available inventory for Margaret Cilento. Margaret Cilento (born Phyllis Margaret Cilento), painter, printmaker, illustrator and designer, was born in Sydney, Australia on December 23, 1923. She grew up in Brisbane but moved to Sidney in 1943.

  5. Margaret Cilento b. 1923. Also known as Phyllis Margaret Cilento, Margaret Cilento-Maslen. Artist. Painter and printmaker. Resident of Queensland, New South Wales, America and Europe. Underhill firmly believes that Cilento should be acknowledged as introducing Abstract Expressionism to Brisbane. Biography (587 words)

  6. CILENTO, Margaret. 1923 - 2006. Principal country. Australia QLD/VIC. Place of birth. Sydney. Date of birth. 1923. Date of death.

  7. The identities of our suburbs continue to evolve with the arrival of new communities. Moorooka has become a centre for African and central Asian refugees and migrants over the past decade, amplifying the vibrant energy that Margaret Cilento captured in her painting Sunday in Moorooka in 1952.