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An image of Temple, Udaipur by Judy Cassab

Judy Cassab

(Australia, Austria, Hungary 15 Aug 1920 – )

Temple, Udaipur
Place of origin
Media category
Materials used
charcoal on thick white wove paper

105.0 x 75.5 cm sheet ; 125.0 x 95.0 x 4.5 cm frame

Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r. corner, charcoal "Cassab/ 2002".
Gift of the artist 2003
Accession number
© Judy Cassab
Not on display
Further information

'Temple, Udaipur' was included in the 2002 Dobell Prize (entry no. 298). The subject of the drawing is a temple Judy Cassab saw on a visit to India in February 2002. The temple complex (Eklingji Temple, at Kailashpuri) is 12 miles north of Udaipur in Rajasthan. It is dedicated to the deity Eklingji (Shiva), and also includes temples to other deities.

Judy Cassab has kept a diary her whole life; on this visit she began, for the first time, to illustrate it; she also drew in a number of sketchbooks (artist's collection). One of these small illustrations was the basis for this drawing.

This work was a finalist in the 2002 Dobell Prize and was acquired by the Gallery in 2003.

Bibliography (1)

Hendrik Kolenberg, Contemporary Australian Drawing: 20 years of the Dobell Prize for Drawing, ‘Introduction’, pg. 6-14, Sydney, 2012, 10, 64 (illus.), 76.

Exhibition history (2)

Dobell Prize for Drawing 2002, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 01 Jun 2002–21 Jul 2002

Contemporary Australian Drawing: 20 Years of the Dobell Drawing Prize: