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An image of From earth and ocean by Mary Stoddard

Mary Stoddard

(Australia, Scotland circa 1852 – 10 Jun 1901)

Title
From earth and ocean
Other titles:
From earth to ocean
Year
1889
Media category
Painting
Materials used
oil on canvas
Dimensions

35.6 x 45.4 cm stretcher; 51.2 x 61.8 x 8.0 cm frame

Signature & date
Signed and dated l.l. corner, red oil "M.Stoddard/ 1889".
Credit
Purchased 1889
Accession number
5951
Location
19th c Australian art
Bibliography (8)

Caroline Ambrus, Australian Women Artists, First Fleet to 1945: History, Hearsay and Hersay, Woden, circa 1992, 190 (colour illus.).

Anna Elias, Art and Australia (vol. 32, no. 1), 'Useless Beauty', pg. 66-72, Killara, Spring 1994, 70 (colour illus.).

National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Catalogue of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1891, Sydney, 1891. cat.no. 249, Australian Court

National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Catalogue of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1893, Sydney, 1893, 107. cat.no. 374, titled 'From earth to ocean', Loan collection to Commissioners of the Chicago Exposition.

National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Catalogue of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1899, Sydney, 1899. cat.no. 235, Oil Paintings-Australian

National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Catalogue of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1888, Sydney, 1888. cat.no. 155, Oil Paintings, titled 'From Earth and Ocean'

Bernard William Smith, A catalogue of Australian oil paintings in the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1875-1952, Sydney, 1953, 196-97.

Natalie Wilson, Selling a nation: Australian artists at International Exhibitions [M.A., University of Sydney], 'Organisation of the New South Wales display in Chicago', pg.18-45, Sydney, 2001, between 42-43 (colour illus.), 43, 53. figure no. 33

Exhibition history (2)

World's Columbian Exposition, 1893, Jackson Park, Chicago, 01 May 1893–30 Oct 1893

Exhibition of Australian art in London (1898), Grafton Galleries, London, 02 Apr 1898–31 Jul 1898