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Title

Self portrait


Artist

Antonio Dattilo-Rubbo

Australia

1870 - 1955


About

This work was a finalist in the 1924 Archibald Prize and was acquired by the Gallery in 1939.


Details


Place where the work was made

Sydney New South Wales Australia


Date

1924


Media category

Painting


Materials used

oil on canvas


Dimensions

90.5 x 70.5 cm stretcher; 108.3 x 88.7 x 6.0 cm frame


Signature & date

Signed and dated l.r. corner, grey oil "A. Dattilo-Rubbo/ Sydney 1924.". Signed u.r. verso, brown oil "A Dattilo-Rubbo/ ...". Signed upper c. verso, black charcoal ".../ A.Datillo-Rubbo".


Credit

Gift of the artist 1939


Location

Not on display


Accession number

6784


Archibald Prize

- 1924


Artist information

Antonio Dattilo-Rubbo

Works in the collection

16


Place

Where the work was made
Sydney

Shown in 5 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 9 publications

Bibliography


Jean Campbell, Cav. Antonio Dattilo-Rubb : painter and teacher and some prominent pupils, 'Introduction', pg. 4-22, Sydney, 1980, 29. cat.no. 20

Emma Collerton, Look, 'A passionate artist and teacher', pg. 46, Sydney, May 2011, 46 (colour illus.).

Emma Collerton, Australian Collection Focus: Antonio Dattilo-Rubbo, 'Antonio Dattilo-Rubbo', pg. 2-5, Sydney, 2011, cover (colour illus., detail), 12 (colour illus.).

Paula Dredge, Margaret Sawicki, Steven Miller and Lindsay Parker, S.A. Parker Framing Works, 'Works in the collection with known Parker frames', pg. 27-68, Sydney, 2004, 30 (illus.).

George Galway, Fifty years of Australian art 1879-1929, New South Wales, 1929, 29 (colour illus.).

Erik Langker, Art Gallery of New South Wales Quarterly, 'Anthony Dattilo Rubbo', pg. 226-227, Sydney, Jan 1965, 227 (illus.).

Hal Missingham, Artists by artists, Sydney, 1954, (illus.). cat.no. 67

Royal Art Society of New South Wales, Royal Art Society of New South Wales 46th Annual Exhibition (1925), Sydney, 1925, (illus.). cat.no. 102; priced 100 guineas

Helen Topliss, Modernism and Feminism Australian Women Artists 1900-1940, Sydney, 1996, 60 (colour illus.).