Gordon Lyall Trindall 1886 – 1965 (Also known as G. Lyall Trindall, Lyall Trindall, Gordon Lyell Trindall) was born in Melbourne on 18 April 1886. Lyall Trindall studied in J. S. Watkins‘ Art School. Represented in the National Art Gallery, New South Wales. Awarded first prize, Fairfax Competition, 1914. He is a painter of classical and decorative compositions. Trindall did many portraits and was a finalist in the 1938 Archibald prize. Elected Associated of the Royal Art Society, 1923. Died on 17 August 19. Lyall Trindall died in Sydney Hospital on 17 August 1965.