William Delafield Cook AM (1936–2015) was an Australian artist who was known for his stark landscapes.
Delafield Cook was born in Melbourne, Australia in 1936. His grandfather, who was also named William Delafield Cook, was also a painter and had links to the Heidelberg School of Australian painting.
In 1980 he won the Wynne Prize for A Waterfall (Strath Creek), and in 1981 he won the Sulman Prize for A French family.
He taught at the University of Melbourne.
In 2013 he was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for "significant service to the visual arts as a realist painter of Australian landscapes".
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