(Australia, England 22 Apr 1917 – 28 Nov 1992)
182.5 x 160.0 cm stretcher
Barry Pearce, Frances Lindsay, Lou Klepac and Edmund Capon, Sidney Nolan, 'Late works 1981-88', pg. 214-227, Sydney, 2007, 60-61, 214-215, 221 (colour illus.), 239, 251. cat.no. 112; NOTE: For conservation reasons this painting was not included in the final installation of the exhibition.
T.G. Rosenthal, Sidney Nolan, London, 2002, 295. NOTE: General reference.
Holdsworth Contemporary Galleries, Sir Sidney Nolan, Sydney, 1988, (colour illus.). NOTE: There are eight paintings titled 'Himalayas' from the 'Silk Route' series included in the exhibition. These are cat.no. 18, 19, 20, 22, 24, 28, 29 and 30. They all have the same dimensions. One of these paintings was reproduced on the invitation but no cat.no. attributed to painting.
Brian Adams, Sidney Nolan: such is life, Melbourne, 1987, 254. NOTE: General reference.
The Silk Road: An exhibition of new paintings by Sir Sidney Nolan, Hong Kong, 1987. not paginated; no catalogue list
David Dolan., Silk Route, 'Silken surprises', Canberra, 1987. cat.no. 1
Mark Baker., The Sydney Morning Herald, 'Nolan walks a silken road to eternity', Sydney, 08 Oct 1983, unknown.
Susanna Short., The Age, 'Nolan finds serenity in barbarian desert art', Melbourne, 19 Sep 1983, unknown.
Sandra McGrath., The Weekend Australian, 'Nolan's love affair with China', Surry Hills, 07 Mar 1981-08 Mar 1981, unknown.
Recent work: Sidney Nolan , The Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, 16 Oct 1986–08 Nov 1986
The Silk Road: An exhibition of new paintings by Sir Sidney Nolan , The Rotunda, Jan 1987–Jan 1987
Silk Route , Nolan Gallery, Australia, 15 Jul 1987–20 Sep 1987
Sir Sidney Nolan , Holdsworth Contemporary Galleries, East Sydney, 05 Jan 1988–04 Feb 1988