(Australia, France 12 Mar 1865 – 08 Oct 1915)
91.4 x 71.0 cm stretcher; 120.6 x 101.0 x 10.0 cm frame
Margaret Harris (1844–1926) became an eminent figure in late 19th and early 20th century Sydney as a result of her generous contributions to the welfare of its citizens. Her major benefactions included provision of funds to the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in 1900 for a new ward; a new wing at Burnside Homes Parramatta and longstanding support to Weemala Home for Incurables (now Royal Ryde Rehabilitation Hospital); and for the Mission to Seamen at The Rocks.
© Australian Art Department, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2006
Ruth Zubans, Australian art and architecture: essays presented to Bernard Smith, 'Emanuel Phillips Fox: St Ives and the impact of British art, 1890-1892', pg. 134-149, Melbourne, 1980, 142.
Ruth Zubans, E Phillips Fox 1865-1915, Melbourne, 1994, 73 (colour illus.). plate no. 59; titled "Portrait", dated 1914
E. Phillips Fox Interstate Exhibition, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Mar 1949–Apr 1949
The Art of E. Phillips Fox, National Gallery of Victoria [St Kilda Road], Melbourne, 09 Nov 1994–30 Jan 1995