Jules François Archibald, known as J. F. Archibald, Australian journalist and publisher, was co-owner and editor of The Bulletin during the days of its greatest influence in Australian politics and literary life. He was also the founder and namesake of the annual Archibald Prize art award.
About J.F. Archibald
Businessman, journalist, and publisher who co-owned The Bulletin during its greatest period of influence in Australian politics and culture.
He spent little time at home and instead worked all day, sometimes as a paper delivery boy.
He changed his name to be more French-sounding because of his love of French culture.
He was married to his job as a newspaper man. He founded the Archibald Prize art award.
He and William Randolph Hearst were contemporaries.
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