- Place where the work was made
- Media category
- Materials used
- synthetic polymer paint on canvas
- 121.0 x 90.5 x 3 cm stretcher
- Purchased 1993
- Not on display
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- © Trevor Nickolls. Licensed by Copyright Agency
- Artist information
Works in the collection
Where the work was made
Shown in 4 exhibitions
Recent Acquisitions of Aboriginal Art, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 05 Jul 1993–12 Sep 1993
Australian Collection Focus: Margaret Preston The brown pot 1940, I lived at Berowra 1941, Grey day in the ranges 1942, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 29 Sep 2001–03 Feb 2002
One sun, one moon, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 03 Jul 2007–02 Dec 2007
Flora: still life moving fast, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, 06 Dec 2008–01 Feb 2009
Referenced in 6 publications
Penelope Curtin and Tansy Curtin, Blooms and brushstrokes: a floral history of Australian art, 'Flowers A-Z: Banksia', pg. 26-28, Mile End, 26, 27 (colour illus.), 192.
Deborah Edwards, One sun one moon: Aboriginal art in Australia, ‘Histories in the making: Aboriginal Art and modernism’, pg. 51-63, Sydney, 2007, 53 (colour illus.).
Deborah Edwards, Australian Collection Focus: Margaret Preston The brown pot 1940, I lived at Berowra 1941, Grey day in the ranges 1942, 'An art for Australia, from Australians', pg. 3-9, Sydney, 2002, 15.
Marianne Hulsbosch (Editor), Cambridge visual arts: stage 4, Cambridge, 2008, 127 (colour illus.).
Grahame Kime., Flora: still life moving fast, 'Flora still moving fast', Gymea, 2008, (colour illus.). not paginated
John Saxby (Editor), Look, 'The art that made me: Reg Mombassa', Sydney, Nov 2015, 13.
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