- Place where the work was made
- Media category
- Materials used
- screenprint, printed in colour from 13 stencils
- 37.0 x 43.4 cm image; 40.5 x 46.1 cm sight
- Signature & date
Signed l.r., pen and black ink "Alan Sumner". Not dated.
- Bequest of Ian Whalland 1997
- Not on display
- Accession number
- Artist information
Works in the collection
"South Morang. This was an area I was taken to as a child for a picnic. All the shapes and forms unfolded themselves and a man was actually working in his cabbage patch. I tried new colour harmonies and greater abstraction overall. Of the collection this print probably gave me the greatest pleasure to produce. It certainly was the most difficult to do".
Alan Sumner quoted in Roger Butler, 'Alan Sumner screenprints: A catalogue Raisonné', Eastgate Gallery, Melbourne, 1993
Where the work was made
Referenced in 5 publications
Roger Arthur Butler, Alan Sumner screenprints: A catalogue Raisonné, Hawthorn East, 1993, 68. 69 (colour illus.). cat.no. 33
Roger Arthur Butler, Australian prints in the Australian National Gallery, Canberra, 1985, 42 (illus.).
David Ellis., Art Network, 'The screenprints of Alan Sumner', Sydney, Summer 1984, 13 (illus.).
Felicity St John Moore, Classical modernism: the George Bell circle, Melbourne, 1992, 61 (illus.).
World Print Council, Print news (vol. 8, no. 3), San Francisco, Summer 1986, 7 (illus.).
Other works by Alan Sumner
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