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Title

An apple orchard in Brittany

1902


Artist

Charles Conder

England, Australia

24 Oct 1868 - 09 Feb 1909


Details


Other Titles

Blossoms - an apple orchard in Brittany

Blossoms


Date

1902


Media category

Painting


Materials used

oil on canvas


Dimensions

60.7 x 50.0 cm stretcher; 78.5 x 68.5 x 7.5 cm frame


Signature & date

Signed and dated l.l., "Conder 1902".


Credit

Bequest of Mrs J P Johnson 1939


Location

Not on display


Accession number

6790


Artist information

Charles Conder

Works in the collection

34


Shown in 5 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 11 publications

Bibliography


Okko Boer, Masters of the Heidelberg School, Leichhardt, 1998, 58 (colour illus.). plate no. 54

Dutch Gallery, Exhibition of paintings by Charles Conder, London, 1903. possibly cat.no.15; titled 'Blossoms'

Dinah Dysart, Les étés d'or: A homage to France, Sydney, 1989. cat.no. 23; titled 'An apple orchard in Brittany'

Renée Free, Art Gallery of New South Wales catalogue of British paintings, Sydney, 1987, 32 (illus.).

Frank Gibson and Campbell Dodgson, Charles Conder: his life and work, London, 1914, 44, 46, (illus.). plate no. 59; titled 'Blossoms'

Dr Ursula Hoff, Charles Conder, Melbourne, 1972, 79 (illus.), 80, 104. illus.no. 32; cat.no. C105

Dr Ursula Hoff, Charles Conder: 1868-1909, Sydney, 1966. cat.no. 31; titled 'An apple orchard in Brittany'

Anne Kirker and Peter Tomory, British painting 1800–1990 in Australian and New Zealand public collections, Sydney, 1997, 66. cat.no. 406

Hal Missingham, A retrospective exhibition of Australian painting, Sydney, 1953. Section 4: cat.no. 74; titled 'An apple orchard in Brittany'

Barry Pearce., Old master paintings from the USSR: A survey of four centuries of European art. Report, 'Charles Conder', Sydney, 1979. cat.no. 51; catalogue entry originally published in Russian

Bernard William Smith, A catalogue of Australian oil paintings in the National Art Gallery of New South Wales 1875-1952, Sydney, 1953, 50.