Ogilvie also made a colour linocut of this subject, and probably worked from drawings of the Banksia plant to make both linocut
and wood engraving.
‘This is purely that I loved the design of them and I wanted to put it down … I collected it in the wild, when we were on our
holidays, and I think I got these from South Gippsland … or the east coast, because they were the most beautiful ones.’
from Anne Ryan, 'Australian etchings and engravings 1880s–1930s from the Gallery's collection', AGNSW, Sydney 2007
wood engraving, printed in black ink on white tissue
10.9 x 10.2 cm blockmark; 13.7 x 14 cm sheet
Signature & date
Signed l.r., pencil "H Ogilvie." Not dated.
Not on display
© Estate of the artist
Shown in 1 exhibition
Project 39 - Women's Imprint (1982), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 01 Oct 1982–31 Oct 1982
Referenced in 2 publications
Australian etchings and engravings 1880s–1930s from the Gallery's collection, Sydney, 2007, 87 (colour illus.). cat.no. 131
Project 39 - Women's Imprint, Sydney, 1982. no catalogue numbers; not paginated