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Title

Cambridge St., looking towards the Argyle Cut


Artist

Julian Ashton

England, Australia

27 Jan 1851 - 27 Apr 1942


Details


Other Title

Cambridge-street, looking towards Argyle Cut


Place where the work was made

Sydney New South Wales Australia


Date

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


Location

Not on display


Accession number

5859


Artist information

Julian Ashton

Works in the collection

27


Place

Where the work was made
Sydney

Shown in 8 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 7 publications

Bibliography


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

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