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An image of Recumbent figure by George W Lambert

George W Lambert

(Russia, Australia 1873 – 1930)

Title
Recumbent figure
Other titles:
Recumbent Australian Soldier
Recumbent figure. Study for sculpture for St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney
Year
1927
Media category
Drawing
Materials used
pencil
Dimensions

56.2 x 72.9

Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r. "GWLAMBERT/ 1927".
Credit
Purchased 1941
Accession number
8002
Location
Not on display
Bibliography (6)

John Baily', Fifth Adelaide Festival of Arts 1968: Special exhibitions at the Art Gallery of South Australia, 'George Washington Lambert', pg. 27-28, Adelaide, 1968, 32. cat.no. 82; titled 'Study for sculpture - Recumbent Australian Soldier'

Lionel Lindsay, 150 years of Australian art, Sydney, 1938. cat.no. 583

Anne McLaughlin, People and destiny: George Lambert and Federation, 'People and destiny: George Lambert and Federation', pg. 10-33, Dubbo, 2001, 31, 32 (colour illus.). Dubbo and Bathurst only; titled 'Recumbent figure of a soldier'

Sydney Ure Smith and Leon Gellert (Editors), Art in Australia [series 3, no. 33], Sydney, Aug 1930-Sep 1930. plate no. 13; titled 'Recumbent Figure. Study for Sculpture for St Mary's Cathedral, Sydney'

John Young and Henry Gibbons, The Sydney Art School retrospective exhibition 1890-1933, Sydney, 1933, (illus.). cat.no. 16; titled 'Recumbent Australian Soldier'

Editor Unknown (Editor), Art Gallery of New South Wales Quarterly, Sydney, 1965, 259 (illus.).

Exhibition history (6)

The Sydney Art School retrospective exhibition, 1890-1933, Vickery's Galleries, Sydney, 01 Mar 1933–28 Mar 1933

150 years of Australian art (1938), National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 27 Jan 1938–25 Apr 1938

George Washington Lambert (1968), Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 1968 -

George Lambert, 1873-1930: drawings, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 20 Feb 1993–02 May 1993

People and destiny: George Lambert and Federation:

George Lambert retrospective: heroes & icons, National Gallery of Australia, Parkes, 29 Jun 2007–16 Sep 2007