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An image of Filling the truck by J J Hilder

J J Hilder

(Australia 23 Jul 1881 – Apr 1916)

Filling the truck
Other titles:
Filling the Truck (or Carting Sand)
Media category
Materials used
watercolour on ivory wove paper

20.1 x 25.6 cm sheet; 46.9 x 48.5 x 2.5 cm frame

Signature & date
Signed l.r. corner, brown/black watercolour "J J HILDER". Not dated.
Bequest of Dr Sinclair Gillies 1952
Accession number
Not on display
Bibliography (9)

Ian Burn, National life and landscape - Australian painting 1900-1940, 'Art versus Nature', pg. 38-51, Sydney, 1990, 47 (colour illus.). plate no. 31

Douglas Dundas., The Etruscan, 'The watercolours of J.J. Hilder', Sydney, Sep 1959, 20 (colour illus.).

Kerry Heckenberg, Queensland Review (vol.15, no.1), 'JJ. Hilder and the Languages of Art', pg. 33-49, Queensland, 2008, 40, 42 (illus.). Figure 8

Captain Brett Hilder and Lloyd Rees, The heritage of J. J. Hilder, Sydney, 1966, 87 (colour illus.). plate no. XXIV, 202

Captain Brett Hilder., Jesse Jewhurst Hilder: anniversary exhibition, 'Introduction', Brisbane, 1966. 54; titled 'Filling the Truck (or Carting Sand)'

Hendrik Kolenberg, Australian watercolours 1880s to 1990s, Sydney, 1995, 34 (colour illus.), 116. 22

Hendrik Kolenberg, Twentieth century Australian watercolours from the collection, Sydney, 1989. 33

Barry Pearce, Parallel visions: works from the Australian collection, 'Introduction: Convergent Spirits', pg. 10-19, Sydney, 2002, 11 (colour illus.), 144.

Ursula Prunster and Edmund Capon, J.J. Hilder and contemporaries, Sydney, 1981, (illus.). 17

Exhibition history (6)

J.J. Hilder memorial exhibition (1916), Society of Artists, Sydney, 14 Jul 1916 -

Jesse Jewhurst Hilder anniversary exhibition (1966-1967):

J.J. Hilder and Contemporaries:

Twentieth century Australian watercolours from the collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 05 Apr 1989–25 Jun 1989

Australian watercolours 1880s to 1990s:

Parallel Visions: Twenty-two artists from the Australian collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 22 Feb 2002–May 2003