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Title

Professor A.L. McAulay

1954


Artist

Jack Carington Smith

Australia

26 Feb 1908 - 13 Mar 1972


About

This work was a finalist in the 1954 Archibald Prize and was acquired by the Gallery in 1955.


Details


Place where the work was made

Hobart Tasmania Australia


Date

1954


Media category

Painting


Materials used

oil on canvas on hardboard


Dimensions

94.6 x 75.5 cm board; 112.4 x 94.0 x 6.0 cm frame


Signature & date

Signed and dated l.r. corner, black oil "Carington Smith 54".


Credit

Purchased 1955


Location

Not on display


Accession number

9115


Archibald Prize

- 1954


Artist information

Jack Carington Smith

Works in the collection

18


Place

Where the work was made
Hobart

Shown in 8 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 9 publications

Bibliography


Sue Backhouse, Jack Carington Smith, Hobart, 1976, 3 (illus.), 9, 12. cat.no. 16

Famous Australian artists, The Adelaide Festival of Arts 1964: Souvenir Catalogue of special exhibitions at the National Gallery of South Australia, Famous Australians, Adelaide, 1964. cat. no. 34

Joseph Burke., Jack Carington Smith, 'Foreward', Hobart, 1963. cat.no. 6

Douglas Dundas, Art and Australia, 'Jack Carington Smith', pg. 258-268, Sydney, Jan 1973, 264 (illus.).

National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Archibald, Wynne & Sulman Prizes for 1955, Sydney, 1955. cat.no. 42

National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Purchases and Acquisitions for 1955 National Art Gallery of N.S.W., Sydney, 1956, 9. cat.no. 19

Olympic Civic Committee of Melbourne City Council, The arts festival of the Olympic Games, Melbourne: a guide to the exhibitions with introductory commentaries on the arts in Australia, Melbourne, 1956, 106 (illus.).

Laurie Thomas, Modern Australian painting and sculpture: a survey of Australian art from 1950-1960, 'Introduction', pg. 1-10, Adelaide, 1960, 60 (colour illus.). titled 'Professor A. McAulay'

Tony Tuckson, New South Wales Travelling Art Scholarship 1900 to 1956, Sydney, 1956, 10. cat.no. 17