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An image of The beaver hat by Phillip Wilson Steer

Phillip Wilson Steer

(England 28 Dec 1860 – 18 Mar 1942)

Title
The beaver hat
Other titles:
The beaver bonnet
Year
1907
Media category
Painting
Materials used
oil on canvas
Dimensions

127.3 x 101.8 cm stretcher; 153.0 x 128.6 x 8.5 cm frame

Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r., black paint "P.W. Steer 1907".
Credit
Purchased with the assistance of the National Art Collections Fund 1937
Accession number
6424
Location
Not on display
Provenance (2)

L.A. Harrison, London/England

Barbizon House, 1927-1937, London/England, Purchased by the AGNSW from Barbizon House 1937.

Bibliography (12)

Editor Unknown (Editor), The Studio, London, May 1909, 259 (illus.).

Author Unknown, Coronation Exhibition, 1911: Shepherd's Bush, London. Fine arts catalogue, 1911.

Charles Marriott, Modern Movements in Painting, London, 1920, 229.

Barbizon House, Pictures and drawings by P. Wilson Steer, 1927. cat.no. 13

Editor Unknown (Editor), Country Life, London, 1927.

Barbizon House, Barbizon House: an illustrated record, London, 1937. cat.no. 13

Dugald Sutherland MacColl, The Life and Work and Setting of Phillip Wilson Steer, O.M., London, 1945, 209.

Bruce Laughton, Phillip Wilson Steer 1860-1942, Oxford, 1971, 79. cat.no. 389

Editor Unknown (Editor), Art Gallery of New South Wales picturebook, Sydney, 1972, 41 (colour illus.).

Renée Free, Art Gallery of New South Wales catalogue of British paintings, Sydney, 1987, 187 (illus.).

Renée Free, Art Gallery of New South Wales Handbook, 'European', pg. 36-56, Sydney, 1988, 41.

Peter Tomory and Anne Kirker, British painting 1800-1990 in Australian and New Zealand public collections, Sydney, 1997, 164. cat.no. 2088

Exhibition history (4)

Unknown, New English Art Club, New English Art Club, May 1907–May 1907

Coronation Exhibtion, London 1911, Exhibition Venue Unknown, 1911–1911

C.A.S. 1913, Exhibition Venue Unknown, 1913–1913

Pictures and drawings by P. Wilson Steer, Barbizon House, London, May 1927–Jun 1927