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An image of Flowers and salmon gum trees of the Northern Territory by Margaret Preston

Margaret Preston

(Australia, England, France 29 Apr 1875 – 28 May 1963)

Title
Flowers and salmon gum trees of the Northern Territory
Other titles:
Flowers and salmon gums of the Northern Territory
Flowers and salmon gum trees, N.T.
Year
1948
Media category
Painting
Materials used
oil on canvas
Dimensions

53.3 x 43.2 cm stretcher; 68.7 x 58.6 x 7.6 cm frame

Signature & date
Signed and dated l.l. corner, pencil "M. Preston/ 1948".
Credit
Purchased 1953
Accession number
8733
Copyright
© Margaret Rose Preston Estate
Location
Not on display
Bibliography (6)

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Margaret Preston survey (Nine paintings and thirteen prints by Margaret Preston), Sydney, 1959. not paginated

Elizabeth Butel, Margaret Preston: the art of constant rearrangement, Ringwood, 1985, 86 (colour illus.). cat.no. O.19

Deborah Edwards and Rose Peel, Margaret Preston: Catalogue raisonné of paintings, monotypes and ceramics, Sydney, 2005, (colour illus.). Artworks: paintings 1948.

Glenbrook School of Arts, Third Annual Australian Arts and crafts exhibition (1964), Blue Mountains, 1964. no catalogue numbers

New South Wales Society of Artists, Society of Artists annual exhibition 1948, Sydney, 1948. cat.no. 80; not paginated

Ian North, The art of Margaret Preston, South Australia, 1980, 51 (illus.). cat.no. O.43

Exhibition history (5)

Society of Artists Annual Exhibition (1948), Education Department Gallery [Loftus Street], Sydney, 21 Aug 1948–08 Sep 1948

Margaret Preston survey (Nine paintings and thirteen prints by Margaret Preston), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 04 Jun 1959–16 Sep 1959

Lower Blue Mountains Fitness Committee Arts & Crafts Exhibition, Exhibition Venue Unknown, 17 Apr 1964–18 Apr 1964

Third Annual Australian Arts and crafts exhibition (1964), Glenbrook School of Arts, Glenbrook, 17 Apr 1964–18 Apr 1964

The art of Margaret Preston, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 23 May 1980–22 Jul 1980