Frank Hinder (1906-1992) is a highly lauded Australian artist, known best for his pioneering, highly technical and musical abstract style. Hinder is also known for his numerous contributions to Australian art during the 20th century. A teacher and commercial artist, a founding member of the Contemporary Art Society, a staunch advocate for Abstractionism and Cubism in Australia, and recipient of the Order of Australia award, Hinder leaves an accomplished legacy. He is also known for producing camouflage designs during world war II, and winning a number of notable Australian art prizes, including the Blake Prize in 1952. His work features in most major Australian collections and institutions, and is recognized world wide.