Jane Sutherland was born in New York (even though she is viewed as Australian) in 1853 and passed on in 1928. She was an acclaimed scene painter and one of the principal craftsmen to advance and backer the Plein-air artistry development. At 11 years old, the Sutherland family moved to Sydney, Australia, and later on to Melbourne. Her dad was a craftsman and teacher of drawing. She initially got the hang of painting at the National Gallery School of Design under a couple of Australia's famous specialists: Frederick McCubbin, Eugene von Guerard, and George Folingsby. At age 25, she started showing at the Victorian Academy of Arts, the Australian Artists' Association, and the Victorian Artists' Society.
In 1884 she joined the Buonarotti Society, getting one of the prominent female individuals. She was additionally a leading individual from the Melbourne painters and a pioneer for the Plein-air artistry development. Plein-air importance on location, outside painting. Tragically, in 1904 she experienced a stroke; however, she kept canvas admirably well until 1911 when her sibling passed on and couldn't assist her with her work. In 1928 at 75 years old.