(Australia 26 Feb 1908–13 Mar 1972)
94.6 x 75.5cm board; 112.4 x 94.0 x 6.0cm frame
Carl Andrew (Australia, b.1937) (Curator), Sue Backhouse (Australia, b.1955) (Author), Jack Carington Smith, Hobart, 1976, 3 (illus.), 9, 12. cat.no. 16
'Jack Carington Smith' by Douglas Dundas, pg. 258-268., Art and Australia Jan 1973, Jan 1973, 264 (illus.).
Author Unknown, The Adelaide Festival of Arts 1964: Souvenir Catalogue of special exhibitions at the National Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 1964. cat. no. 34
Joseph Burke (Australia, b.1913, d.1992) (Author), Jack Carington Smith, Hobart, 1963. cat.no. 6
Laurie Thomas (Australia, b.1915, d.1974) (Author), Kym Bonython (Australia, b.1920) (Compilator), Modern Australian painting and sculpture: a survey of Australian art from 1950-1960, Adelaide, 1960, 60 (colour illus.). titled 'Professor A. McAulay'
Olympic Civic Committee of Melbourne City Council (Australia, active 1956), 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.).
Tony Tuckson (Egypt; England; Australia, b.1921, d.1973) (Author), New South Wales Travelling Art Scholarship 1900 to 1956, Sydney, 1956, 10. cat.no. 17
National Art Gallery of New South Wales (Australia, estab. 1874), Purchases and Acquisitions for 1955 National Art Gallery of N.S.W., Sydney, 1956, 9. cat.no. 19
National Art Gallery of New South Wales (Australia, estab. 1874) (Author), Archibald, Wynne & Sulman Prizes for 1955, Domain, 1955. cat.no. 42
Archibald, Wynne and Sulman (1954), Art Gallery of New South Wales, 22 Jan 1955–27 Feb 1955.
Purchases and Acquisitions for 1955, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 09 Feb 1956–29 Feb 1956.
New South Wales Travelling Art Scholarship 1900 to 1956, National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Apr 1956 -.
The Arts Festival of the Olympic Games (1956), National Gallery of Victoria [Swanston Street], 18 Nov 1956–15 Dec 1956.
J. Carington Smith (1962), Myer Emporium, 21 Mar 1962–04 Apr 1962.
Jack Carington Smith: a retrospective exhibition of paintings 1938-1963, Adult Education Board of Tasmania, 30 May 1963–Unknown.
Famous Australians by famous Australian artists, Art Gallery of South Australia, 07 Mar 1964–21 Mar 1964.
Jack Carington Smith retrospective (1977), Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, 10 Aug 1976–12 Sep 1976.
Jack Carington Smith retrospective (1977), Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston, Sep 1976–31 Oct 1976.