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Australian art

Contemporary art

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Clouds I



Rosalie Gascoigne

New Zealand, Australia

25 Jan 1917 - 23 Oct 1999




Media category

Mixed media

Materials used

hardboard on plywood


124.5 x 390.0 cm overall approx. :

a - 1 [left], 124 x 66.7 cm

b - 2 [c. left], 124 x 62.5 cm

c - 3 [centre], 124.5 x 78 cm

d - 4 [c. right], 123.5 x 64.4 cm

e - 5 [right], 124 x 90 cm

Signature & date

Not signed. Not dated.


Rudy Komon Memorial Fund 1992


Not on display

Accession number


Artist information

Rosalie Gascoigne

Artist profile

Works in the collection


Shown in 6 exhibitions

Exhibition history

Referenced in 8 publications


Art Gallery of New South Wales, Great gifts, great patrons: an exhibition celebrating private patronage of the Gallery, Sydney, 1994. no catalogue numbers

Anthony Bond and Victoria Lynn, AGNSW Collections, 'Contemporary Practice - Here, There, Everywhere ...', pg. 229-285, Sydney, 1994, 237 (colour illus.).

Natasha Bullock, Contemporary: Art Gallery of New South Wales Contemporary Collection, 'Landscape, mapping, nature', pg.290-331, Sydney, 2006, 306 (colour illus.).

Deborah Edwards, Daphne Wallace, Margo Neale, Victoria Lynn and Sandra Byron, Review: works by women from the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, "Review - The Australian Collection", Debra Edwards, p 3-7, Sydney, 1995, 4, 6 (illus.), 15, 20.

Deborah Edwards, Look, 'Material as Landscape Rosalie Gascoigne', pg. 12-13, Heidelberg, Nov 1997, 13 (colour illus.).

Deborah Edwards, Rosalie Gascoigne - Material as Landscape, 'Material as Landscape', pg. 10-17, Sydney, 1997, 13, 16, 46-47 (colour illus.), 62. plate no. 22

Kelly Gellatly, Rosalie Gascoigne, Melbourne, 2008, 42, 82 (colour illus.), 135. no catalogue numbers

Robert Raymond, 52 views of Rudy Komon, Sydney, 1999, 164.