Kilmeny Niland (1950–2009) was an Australian artiste and illustrator. While best known for her children’s stamp album illustrations, she worked in a wide range of genres, including animation, wildlife art, miniatures, portraits, cards and prints. She won numerous prizes in national and international competitions, and one of her portraits was purchased by Australia’s National Portrait Gallery, in Canberra.
With her twin sister, Deborah, she illustrated a children’s relation of Banjo Paterson’s poem Mulga Bill’s Bicycle.
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