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Title

Seascape II

1969


Artist

Peter Powditch

Australia

1942 -


Details


Date

1969


Media category

Painting


Materials used

oil on plywood


Dimensions

244.0 x 244.0 x 7.5 cm board; 244.5 x 244.6 x 7.7 cm frame


Signature & date

Signed and dated l.r., blue oil "Powditch '69 [stencilled]". Signed c.l. verso, black oil "P. Powditch./ ...". Dated u.l. verso, black oil ".../ '69/ ...".


Credit

Purchased with funds provided by an anonymous purchase fund for contemporary Australian art 1970


Location

Not on display


Accession number

OA16.1970


Artist information

Peter Powditch

Works in the collection

6


Shown in 2 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 11 publications

Bibliography


Gary Catalano, The years of hope: Australian art and criticism 1959-1968, Melbourne, 1981, 151.

Jessica Clement, Wentworth Courier, 'Exhibition a top spot for our pop', pg. 12, Sydney, 05 Nov 2014, 12 (colour illus.). Artists is photographed in front of the artwork on display

Celine de Courlon, Look, 'New art, new questions: Conserving contemporary art', pg. 24-25, Sydney, Mar 2015, 24 (colour illus.).

Elwyn Lynn, Bulletin, 'The one-man show in two cities', pg. 61-62, Sydney, 05 Apr 1969, 61 (illus.), 22. exhibition review

Craig McGregor, In the making, Australia, 1969, 256 (colour illus.), 257 (colour illus.). illustration on pg. 256 is of the artist creating the work.

Hal Missingham (Editor), Art Gallery of New South Wales Quarterly, Sydney, Jul 1971, 608. Special Gifts

John Murphy, Gallery A Sydney 1964 - 1983, Campbelltown, 2009, 112, 114 (colour illus.).

NBN Television (Compilator), The NBN Channel 3 Art Prize, Newcastle, 1969, n.pag.. cat.no. 30

Daniel Thomas, Art and Australia, 'Australian collection', pg. 52-62, Sydney, Jul 1972, 59 (colour illus.).

Daniel Thomas, Sunday telegraph, 'A hard look by Powditch', pg. 96, Sydney, 23 Mar 1969, 96. exhibition review

Wayne Tunnicliffe, Pop to popism, ''The easel did not go pop: it went bang!': Australian pop art', pg. 137-186, Sydney, 2014, 180, 181 (colour illus.), 303, 325.