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An image of Cambridge St., looking towards the Argyle Cut by Julian Ashton

Julian Ashton

(England, Australia 27 Jan 1851 – 27 Apr 1942)

Title
Cambridge St., looking towards the Argyle Cut
Other titles:
Cambridge-street, looking towards Argyle Cut
Place of origin
SydneyNew South WalesAustralia
Year
1901
Media category
Watercolour
Materials used
watercolour and pencil on paper
Dimensions

53.9 x 36.5

Signature & date
Not signed. Dated l.l. "...1901".
Credit
Gift of the New South Wales Government 1902
Accession number
5859
Location
Not on display
Bibliography (7)

Caroline Butler-Bowdon, Painting The Rocks: the loss of old Sydney, 'Painting Old Sydney: The 1902 exhibition', pg. 16-27, Sydney, 2010, 14 (colour illus., detail), 16 (colour illus.), 123, 125 (colour illus.).

Dinah Dysart, Julian Ashton 1851-1942, Sydney, 1982, 18. cat.no 65

National Art Gallery of New South Wales, An historical survey of Australian watercolour painting, Australian Commonwealth Jubilee celebrations 1951, Sydney, 1951. cat.no 8

Royal Art Society of New South Wales, The Julian Ashton exhibition, Sydney, 1920. cat.no 125

Kay Vernon, Harbour hymns, city songs: visions of Sydney from the collection, Sydney, 1990. cat.no. 4

Author Unknown, Society of Artists exhibition of pictures of Old Sydney, Sydney, Mar 1902. cat.no. 36; titled 'Cambridge-street, looking towards Argyle Cut'; priced £20

Author Unknown, Society of Artists exhibition of pictures of Old Sydney, Sydney, Mar 1902. cat.no 36

Exhibition history (8)

Exhibition of Pictures of Old Sydney (1902), Society Rooms, Union Chambers, Sydney, Mar 1902 -

The Julian Ashton exhibition (1920), Royal Art Society of New South Wales, Lavender Bay, 13 Feb 1920–28 Feb 1920

An historical survey of Australian watercolour painting:

Julian Ashton, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, 14 Nov 1981–31 Jan 1982

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

Observing Sydney - Views of and from Observatory Hill, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, 07 May 1993–13 Jun 1993

Significant Others: Celebrating 20 years of exhibitions at S.H. Ervin, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, 04 Sep 1998–11 Oct 1998

Painting The Rocks: The loss of old Sydney, Museum of Sydney, Sydney, 07 Aug 2010–28 Nov 2010