Charles Ephraim Smith Tindall (1863 – 1951) – Born, Aberdeenshire, 1863. Received training as a lithographer. artist in Glasgow. Arrived Sydney, 1887. First art lessons in colour he received from Charles Conder and later from J. R. Ashton and Frank Mahony. Hopwood, an English water colour artist who made a short stay of 18 months in Australia, also did much to help and encourage him. Since that date to the present time he has been a regular exhibitor at the Royal Art Shows. Represented in the National Art Gallery. Elected an Associate Member in 1928. C.E.S. Tindall died aged eighty-nine on Monday 9 July 1951 in Sydney.