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An image of Wedded by Lord Frederic Leighton

Lord Frederic Leighton

(England 03 Dec 1830 – 25 Jan 1896)

Title
Wedded
Year
1882
Media category
Painting
Materials used
oil on canvas [later mounted on hardboard]
Dimensions

145.4 x 81.3 cm

Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
Credit
Purchased 1882
Accession number
784
Location
19th c European art
Provenance (1)

Source unknown, Purchased by the AGNSW in London, possibly from the Royal Academy 1882

Bibliography (13)

Mrs R Barrington, Leighton, 1906, Vol. II; 29, 381. plate no. 29

Edmund Capon and Jan Meek (Editors), Portrait of a Gallery, 'European art in the old courts', pg. 14-23, Sydney, 1984, 16.

John Christian, Victorian dreamers: masterpieces of neo-classical and aesthetic movements in Britain, 1989, (colour illus.). plate no. 17

Fine Art Society PLC, The Fine Art Society Story, part 1, London, 2001, 9 (colour illus.).

Renée Free, Art Gallery of New South Wales catalogue of British paintings, Sydney, 1987, 111 (illus.).

Renée Free and Peter Laverty, Victorian Olympians, Sydney, 1975, 6-7, 19, 45 (colour illus.). cat.no. 18

Renée Free, Art Gallery of New South Wales Handbook, 'European', pg. 36-56, Sydney, 1988, 42.

Leonée Ormond and Richard J. Ormond, Lord Leighton, United States of America, 1975, 80, 99, 119, 120, 128, 166. cat.no. 290; plate no. 174

Roslyn Russell, National Library of Australia news, 'Eliezer Montefiore from Barbados to Sydney', pg. 11-14, Canberra, Dec 2008, 12.

E. Staley, Leighton, London, 1906, 92, 123, 124.

Dr William Wright, The Bookman, 'Lord Leighton at Damascus and after', pg. 183-185, 1896, vol. 9; 184.

Editor Unknown (Editor), Magazine of Art, Unknown, 1985-1986, 212.

Editor Unknown (Editor), Art Gallery of New South Wales picturebook, Sydney, 1972, 35 (colour illus.).

Exhibition history (3)

Royal Academy of Arts, 1882, Exhibition Venue Unknown, 1882–1882

Victorian Olympians:

Victorian dreamers: masterpieces of neo-classical and aesthetic movements in Britain, Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Art, Japan, 08 Apr 1989–07 May 1989