(Australia, England, France 12 Jun 1863 – 10 Oct 1931)
40.6 x 28.8 x 24.0 cm bust; 50.0 x 28.8 x 24.0 cm bust and base:
base; 9 x 17.7 x 15 cm; marble base
Edmund Capon and Ursula Prunster, Face to face: Australian portraits, Sydney, 1986, (illus.). cat.no. 3
Deborah Edwards, Bertram Mackennal: Catalogue raisonné, Sydney, 2007, (colour illus.). Artworks: Sculpture: 1900s
Deborah Edwards, Presence & absence: portrait sculpture in Australia, Canberra, 2003, 42, 45 (colour illus.), 46, 83. cat.no. 52
Deborah Edwards, Bertram Mackennal: the fifth Balnaves Foundation Sculpture Project, ''Adaptability and versatility': Bertram Mackennal – an overview’', pg. 15-82, Sydney, 2007, 13 (detail, colour illus.), 48 (colour illus.), 57.
Deborah Edwards., Australian sculpture 1890-1919, 'Australian sculpture 1890-1919', Sydney, 1987. no catalogue numbers
Deborah Edwards, Look, 'Portrait sculpture: simultaneously the most artificial and the most "real"', pg. 29-31, Newtown, Sep 2003, 29 (colour illus.).
Macquarie Galleries, Exhibition of bronzes by Sir Bertram Mackennal K.C.V.O, Sydney, 1926. cat.no. 25; titled 'Lady Diana Duff Cooper - portrait'; priced 150 gns
Kate M Murphy, Art Monthly Australia, 'Presence & absence: Portrait sculpture in Australia at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra', pg. 10-13, Acton, Apr 2004, 13 (illus.).
Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Academy pictures and sculpture (1909), London, 1909, 72 (illus.). NOTE: Reproduction is of the original marble.
Royal Academy of Arts, The Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts, 1909, London, 1909. cat.no. 1827; NOTE: Marble version titled 'The Lady Diana Manners - head'.
Royal Academy of Arts and Burlington House, Canadian War Memorials exhibition (1919), London, 1919. cat.no. 727; titled 'Lady Diana Manners'; bronze
Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Scottish Academy, 1918, Edinburgh, 1918. cat.no. 40; titled 'Lady Diana Manners'; bronze
Sotheby's Australia, Sotheby's Sydney: Australian and European paintings and sculpture, Sydney, 19 Jul 1992, (colour illus. of plaster cast). lot no. 120; plaster cast titled 'Bust of a young woman'.
Editor Unknown (Editor), The Athenaeum., London, 26 Jun 1909, 764.
Royal Academy of Arts, 1909, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1909–1909
Exhibition of the Royal Scottish Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture (1918), Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 1918–1918
Canadian War Memorials exhibition (1919), Royal Academy of Arts, London, Jan 1919–Feb 1919
Exhibition of bronzes by Sir Bertram Mackennal K.C.V.O:
Australian sculpture 1890-1919, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 22 Jan 1987–22 Feb 1989
Australian icons: twenty artists from the collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 04 Aug 2000–03 Dec 2000
Presence and absence: portrait sculpture in Australia, National Portrait Gallery [Old Parliament House], Canberra, 22 Aug 2003–16 Nov 2003