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Title

'What thou amongst the leaves hast never known'

1896


Artist

Arthur Streeton

Australia, England, Australia

08 Apr 1867 - 01 Sep 1943


Details


Other Title

A bush idyll


Date

1896


Media category

Painting


Materials used

oil on wood


Dimensions

54.3 x 31.5 cm board; 72.0 x 49.1 x 7.5 cm frame


Signature & date

Signed and dated l.l. corner, brown oil "ARTHUR STREETON/ 1896".


Credit

Gift of Dr Joseph Brown 1991


Location

Not on display


Accession number

159.1991


Artist information

Arthur Streeton

Artist profile

Works in the collection

52


Shown in 6 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 7 publications

Bibliography


Okko Boer, Masters of the Heidelberg School, Leichhardt, 1998, 34 (colour illus.). plate no. 30

Anna Clabburn., Looking for faeries: the Victorian tradition, 'The legacy of English fairy painting', Bendigo, 2010. Not paginated; List of works at the back.

Ted Gott, Australian Impressionism, ''Gently I wave the visible world away': Charles Conder, Arthur Streeton and the 'Problem Children' of Australian Impressionism', pg. 239-247, Melbourne, 2007, 342, 259 (colour illus.). cat.no. 13.11 Note: Alternative title used.

Anne Gray, Tom Roberts, 'Harmonic arrangements: Tom Roberts' painting', pg. 31-60, Canberra, 2015, 48 (colour illus.), 350.

Anne Gray, Sydney Long: the spirit of the land, 'The spirit of the land', pg. 45-70, Canberra, 2012, 49, 50, 51 (colour illus.), 60, 85, 137.

Denise Mimmocchi, Australian Symbolism: the art of dreams, ‘Dreams of the bohemian idyll: Charles Conder and his impact’, pg. 90-110, Sydney, 2012, 92, 97 (colour illus.), 147.

Arthur Streeton, Loan exhibition of the works of Arthur Streeton, Sydney, 1931.