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Title

Anemones

1925


Artist

Margaret Preston

Australia, England, France

29 Apr 1875 - 28 May 1963


From the Gallery Shop

Anemones Margaret Preston Magnet

6.5cm wide x 6.5cm high

$8.00


Anemones Margaret Preston Print

37.0cm wide x 40.0cm high

$20.00


Details


Other Title

Pink jug


Date

1925


Media category

Print


Materials used

woodcut, printed in black ink, hand coloured with gouache on ivory laid Japanese paper


Edition

14th proof from an edition of 50, hand coloured


Dimensions

38.1 x 35.7 cm blockmark; 41.0 x 37.8 cm sheet


Signature & date

Signed in block to print l.r., incised "M.P.". Signed l.r. beneath blockmark, pencil "Margaret Preston". Dated l.l. beneath blockmark, pencil "... 25".


Credit

Gift of Mrs Alison Brown 1968


Location

Not on display


Accession number

DA15.1968


Artist information

Margaret Preston

Artist profile

Works in the collection

115


Shown in 4 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 12 publications

Bibliography


Elizabeth Butel, Margaret Preston: the art of constant rearrangement, Ringwood, 1985, 32 (colour illus.), 87. cat.no. P.6 Note that this publication refers to this print as "Anenomes".

Roger Arthur Butler, The prints of Margaret Preston: a catalogue raisonné, Canberra, 1987, 124 (colour illus.), 125. cat.no. 108

Roger Arthur Butler, The prints of Margaret Preston: a catalogue raisonné, Canberra, 2005, 134 (colour illus.). cat.no. 108

Deborah Edwards, Margaret Preston, 'Transitions 1920s', pg. 61-150, Sydney, 2005, 60 (colour illus.), 82, 105. titled 'Anemones (or Pink jug)'

Glenis Israel, Artwise: visual arts 7-10, Milton, 2004, 42 (colour illus.).

Glenis Israel, Art Wise - Visual Arts years 7-10, Queensland, 1997, 21, 34, 52, 118, 122, 126, 129, 146, 148.

Denise Mimmocchi, Sydney moderns: art for a new world, 'Still-life as laboratory table', pg. 198-213, Sydney, 2013, 203 (colour illus.), 203, 314, 323.

Ian North, The art of Margaret Preston, South Australia, 1980, 53 (illus.). cat.no. P.9 Note that this publication refers to this print as "Anenomes".

Susannah Smith, Look, 'Women's work: their diverse and significant contribution to the modernist art scene', pg. 13-15, Sydney, Aug 2013, 14.

Sydney Ure Smith and Leon Gellert (Editors), Art in Australia [series 3, no. 22], Sydney, Dec 1927, 65 (colour illus.). plate no. 30

Editor Unknown (Editor), The Australian woman's world: a town & country journal for Australian women [vol. 9, no. 1], Melbourne, Feb 1929, 108 (colour illus.). titled 'The Chinese vase'

Editor Unknown (Editor), The Australian woman's world: a town & country journal for Australian women [vol. 8, no. 12], Melbourne, Dec 1928, cover (colour illus.).