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An image of My crown and sceptre by Thomas Cooper Gotch

Thomas Cooper Gotch

(England 10 Dec 1854 – 01 May 1931)

Title
My crown and sceptre
Year
1891
Media category
Painting
Materials used
oil on canvas
Dimensions

95.2 x 68.3 cm stretcher; 127.0 x 100.0 x 7.0 cm frame

Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r., brown paint "T C Gotch 1891".
Credit
Purchased 1899
Accession number
902
Location
19th c European art
Provenance (1)

Source unknown, Purchased by the AGNSW 1899, possibly from the artist.

Bibliography (45)

A L Baldry, Studio, ‘The work of T C Gotch’, London, 1898, pp 73–82: p 82.

Ludovic Baschet (Editor), Catalogue illustré de peinture et sculpture … salon de 1895, Paris, 1895, np, no 857 [not illustrated].

Charles H Caffin, Harper's Monthly Magazine, ‘A painter of childhood and girlhood’, London, May 1910, pp 922–32: p 924, illus p 930.

Anna Clabburn, Looking for faeries: the Victorian tradition, 'The legacy of English fairy painting', Bendigo, 2010. Not paginated.

Béatrice Crespon-Halotier, Les peintres Britanniques dans les salons parisiens des origines à 1939: répertoire, Dijon, 2003, p 224.

Tom Cross, The shining sands: artists in Newlyn and St Ives 1880–1930, Devon, 1994, pp 133–34. Published in Tiverton, Devon.

Caroline Fox and Francis Greenacre, Artists of the Newlyn school, 1880–1900, Newlyn, 1979, p 177.

Renée Free, Art Gallery of New South Wales catalogue of British paintings, Sydney, 1987, p 78, illus p 78.

Renée Free and Rose Peel, Dreams and realities, Sydney, 1993, p 3.

Algernon Graves, The Royal Academy of Arts: a complete dictionary of contributors and their work from its foundation in 1769 to 1904, London, 1905-1906, vol 3, 1905, p 279.

Patrick Bruce Hepburn, Thomas Cooper Gotch (1854–1931): the making of the artist, Kettering, [1994], pp 19–20, 24.

Marion Hepworth-Dixon, Lady's Realm, 'A painter of womanhood', London, Dec 1904, pp 171–78: p 176.

Lewis Hind, Windsor Magazine, ‘T C Gotch and his pictures’, London, 1896, pp 273–79: p 279.

Barry Humphries, Favourites: Margaret Olley and Barry Humphries choose from public and private collections, 'Introduction', Sydney, 2000, col illus p [5]. Catalogue entry appears in an inserted list accompanying printed catalogue: Selections by Barry Humphries.

R Jope-Slade, Black and White Handbook to the Royal Academy and New Gallery Pictures, ‘“The outsiders”: some eminent artists of the day not members of the Royal Academy’, London, 1893, p 23.

Anne Kirker and Peter Tomory, British painting 1800–1990 in Australian and New Zealand public collections, Sydney, 1997, p 90, no 792, illus p 91.

Pamela Lomax, The golden dream: a biography of Thomas Copper Gotch, Bristol, 2004, pp 14, 99–100, 103, 105–106, 111, 138, 173–74, col illus p 21.

Pamela Lomax, A Winter in Florence 1891–1892, Penzance, 2001, pp 5–7, 9, 12, 22–25, col illus p 13.

Claude Phillips, Art Journal, ‘The summer exhibitions at home and abroad, II – the Royal Academy and the New Gallery’, London, 1892, pp 215–23: p 222.

Michael Preston, Arts Club, 'The year of 68 new friends', London, Spring 2000, pp 11–15: p 13, illus p 13.

Rebecca Virag, Thomas Cooper Gotch: a painter of childhood, motherhood and empire, London, 1997, pp 12, 15 note 55, illus p 46, fig 3. Masters dissertation, Courtauld Institute, London.

Great Victorian pictures: their paths to fame, Leeds, 1978, p 40, under no 18.

Art Gallery of New South Wales annual report for the year ended 30th June 1986, Sydney, 1986, p 21.

Art Gallery of New South Wales annual report 2000, Sydney, 2000, p 59. Loan.

Art Gallery of New South Wales annual report 2011, Sydney, 2011, p 115.

The exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts, MDCCCXCII, the one hundred and twenty-fourth, London, 1892, p 25, no 641.

Pall Mall Gazette “Extra”, 'The Pictures of 1892', London, 02 May 1892, illus p 92.

Royal Academy pictures, London, 1892, illus p 135. Royal Academy supplement of The Magazine of Art.

Twenty-second autumn exhibition of modern pictures in oil and water colours, Liverpool, 1892, p 15, no 214.

Athenaeum, ‘The Royal Academy (third notice – genre pictures and portraits)’, London, 21 May 1892, pp 671–73: p 672.

World’s Columbian Exposition: official catalogue of exhibits: part X, department K, fine arts, Chicago, 1893, p 133.

Royal commission for the Chicago exhibition, 1893: official catalogue of the British section, London, 1893, p 284, no 187.

Magazine of Art, 'Art in May', London, 1894, pp xxix–xxxii: p xxxiv.

The twenty-ninth spring exhibition at the rooms of the Society, New Street, Birmingham, 1894, p 44, no 338.

Illustrated catalogue of the special exhibition of pictures by Cornish painters of Newlyn, St Ives, Falmouth, Nottingham, 1894, p 6, no 12, illus opp p 6.

Twelfth autumn exhibition, Manchester, 1894, p 32, no 325.

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Thirteenth autumn exhibition, Manchester, 1895, p 32, no 325.

Internationale Kunst-Ausstellung Berlin 1896: Katalog, Berlin, 1896, p 45, no 825.

Brussels International Exhibition, 1897: catalogue of the British Fine Art Section, Brussels, 1897, p 20, no 125. Published by the committee of the British fine art section.

Catalogue illustré de l’Exposition Internationale de Bruxelles: Beaux-arts, Brussels, 1897, p 25, no 125. Not illustrated; published by Bernard et Cie, Paris.

National Art Gallery of New South Wales (annual report for 1900), Sydney, 1901, p 2.

National Art Gallery of NSW: illustrated catalogue, Sydney, 1906, p 47, no 118.

National Art Gallery of NSW illustrated catalogue, Sydney, 1917, p 41, no 109.

National Art Gallery of NSW illustrated catalogue, Sydney, 1924, p 25, no 56.

Exhibition history (7)

Royal Academy of Arts, 1892, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1892–1892

World's Columbian Exposition, 1893, Jackson Park, Chicago, 01 May 1893–30 Oct 1893

Berlin Centenary exhibition 1896, Exhibition Venue Unknown, 1896–1896

Brussels International exhibtion, 1897, Exhibition Venue Unknown, 1897–1897

Victorian Childhood, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 08 Feb 1999–19 Mar 1999

Favourites: Margaret Olley and Barry Humphries choose from Australian collections (2000), S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, 15 Jan 2000–27 Feb 2000

Looking for faeries: The Victorian tradition, Bendigo Art Gallery, Victoria, 16 Oct 2010–28 Nov 2010

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