A point to point meeting
Sir Daryl Lindsay
01 Jan 1890 - 25 Dec 1976
A Point-to-Point Meeting
Point to point meeting
pencil, watercolour on cream watercolour paper
30.5 x 40.5 cm image (irreg.); 35.7 x 49.4 cm sheet
Signature & date
Signed l.r., brown watercolour "DARYL LINDSAY". Dated l.r., pencil ".../ Aug 1934".
Not on display
Shown in 5 exhibitions
Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by members of the Contemporary Art Group (1935), Athenaeum Gallery, Melbourne, 09 Jul 1935–20 Jul 1935
Society of Artists annual exhibition (1935), Education Department Gallery [Loftus Street], Sydney, 06 Sep 1935–04 Oct 1935
Exposition International des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne (1937 Paris World's Fair: Arts, crafts, sciences in modern life), Unknown, 24 May 1937–15 Nov 1937
Australian watercolours from the National Art Gallery collection 1836-1946, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 24 May 1946–Jun 1946
100 years of Australian painting (1948), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 19 Apr 1948–17 May 1948
Referenced in 4 publications
Jean Campbell, Australian watercolour painters: 1780 to the present day, 'The boom of the 1920s', pg. 118-129, Sydney, 1989, 124 (illus.).
Bernard Smith, 100 years of Australian painting, 'Foreword', pg. 2-4, Sydney, 1948, 14. watercolours cat.no. 18; titled 'Point to point meeting'
Arthur Streeton., Argus, 'Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Members of the Contemporary Art Group' review, Melbourne, 09 Jul 1935, 6. Streeton wrote: "His [Lindsay's] No. 47, 'A Point-to-Point Meeting' is a watercolour full of vitality, and beautiful in its unconsciously fine arrangement".
Trustees of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Australian watercolours from the National Art Gallery collection 1836 to 1946, Sydney, 1946, 10. cat.no. 31; titled 'Point to point meeting'