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Title

Through sunny meadows


Artist

Howard Ashton

England, Australia

09 Aug 1877 - 30 Apr 1964


Details


Place where the work was made

Sydney New South Wales Australia


Date

(circa 1898)


Media category

Painting


Materials used

oil on canvas


Dimensions

71.1 x 142.3 cm stretcher; 99.4 x 171.0 x 7.5 cm frame


Signature & date

Signed l.l. corner, grey/blue oil "Howard Ashton". Not dated.


Credit

Purchased 1898


Location

Not on display


Accession number

5752


Artist information

Howard Ashton

Works in the collection

12


Place

Where the work was made
Sydney

Shown in 4 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 9 publications

Bibliography


Jane Clark, Golden summers: Heidelberg and beyond, 'Sydney Harbour', pg. 150-152, Melbourne, 1985, 163 (colour illus.).

Barry Pearce, A century of Australian landscape: mood and moment, Sydney, 1983, 15, 50 (colour illus.). cat.no. 31

Ursula Prunster, Australian arcady: Landscape paintings from the Art Gallery of New South Wales collection, Sydney, 1983. cat.no. 15 Note no pagination, text reference only.

R.F.I., Australian magazine, 'Impressionism in Art', pg. 347, Sydney, Aug 1899, 347 (illus.).

Bernard William Smith, A catalogue of Australian oil paintings in the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1875-1952, Sydney, 1953, 14-15. cat.no. 7

Society of Artists, Society of Artists Annual Exhibition (1898), Sydney, 1898, not paginated. cat.no. 57

Vivienne Webb, Australian art: in the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 'Golden age', pg. 37-38, Sydney, 2000, 66 (colour illus.), 300.

Editor Unknown (Editor), Daily telegraph, 'Society of Artists. Annual Spring Show. A Fine Collection. Some Melbourne Work.', author unknown, Sydney, 27 Aug 1898, unknown (b&w line illus.). see AGNSW Press Clippings 1894-1906, pg.188

Editor Unknown (Editor), The Sydney Morning Herald, 'Society of Artist's Exhibition', author unknown, Sydney, 27 Aug 1898, unknown. see AGNSW Press Clippings 1894-1906, pg. 187