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An image of Beach scene, Bondi by Harold Cazneaux

Harold Cazneaux

(New Zealand, Australia 30 Mar 1878 – 19 Jun 1953)

Title
Beach scene, Bondi
Year
circa 1929
Media category
Photograph
Materials used
gelatin silver photograph
Dimensions

32.0 x 23.0 cm image/sheet

Signature & date
Not signed. Dated on original mount.
Credit
Gift of the Cazneaux family 1975
Accession number
115.1975
Location
Not on display
Bibliography (8)

Natasha Bullock (Curator), Soft shadows and sharp lines: Australian photography from Cazneaux to Dupain, Sydney, 2002. no catalogue numbers

Natasha Bullock, Harold Cazneaux: artist in photography, Sydney, 2008.

Sandra Byron, Fine and Mostly Sunny: Photographs from the collection, Sydney, 1991. cat.no. 19

Isobel Crombie, Body culture: Max Dupain, photography and Australian culture, 1919-1939, Mulgrave, 2004, 183 (illus.). fig.8.4

Zeny Edwards, Sunlight and Shadow - The Lifework of Harold Cazneaux, Sydney, 1996, 168 (illus.), 199.

Gael Newton, Project 7: Harold Cazneaux 1878 - 1953, Sydney, 1975. cat.no. 21

Rose Peel, Photography: Art Gallery of New South Wales Collection, 'Australian postwar photo-documentary', pg.189-207, Sydney, 2007, 195.

Kay Vernon, Harbour hymns, city songs: visions of Sydney from the collection, Sydney, 1990. cat.no. 107

Exhibition history (6)

Project 7 - Harold Cazneaux: 1878 - 1953 (1975), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 30 Aug 1975–28 Sep 1975

Harbour hymns, city songs: visions of Sydney from the collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 13 Jan 1990–11 Mar 1990

Fine and mostly sunny: photographs from the collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 28 Sep 1991–01 Dec 1991

Soft Shadows and Sharp Lines: Australian photography from Cazneaux to Dupain, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 30 Sep 2002–17 Nov 2002

Modernism/Japonism in photography 1920s-1940s: Ishida Kiichiro and the Sydney Camera Circle, Museum of Sydney, Sydney, 20 Dec 2003–25 Apr 2004

Harold Cazneaux: artist in photography, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 05 Jun 2008–10 Aug 2008