- Media category
- Materials used
- bronze (golden patina)
40.5 x 16.0 x 24.7 cm figure; 45.4 x 17.9 x 27.0 cm overall
a - figure, 40.5 x 16 x 24.7 cm, figure
b - base, 5 x 17.9 x 27 cm, base
- Signature & date
Signed below left side of figure at bottom, incised "Barbara Tribe ...". Not dated.
- Gift of the artist 1996
- South Building, ground level, 20th-century galleries
- Accession number
- © Barbara Tribe Foundation
- Artist information
Works in the collection
Shown in 2 exhibitions
'This vital flesh': the sculpture of Rayner Hoff and his school, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 26 Nov 1999–16 Jan 2000
20th-Century galleries, ground level (rehang), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 20 Aug 2022–2023
Referenced in 5 publications
Deborah Edwards, 'This vital flesh': the sculpture of Rayner Hoff and his school, 'The new Renaissance: the practical apparatus', pg. 15-30, Sydney, 1999, 22 (colour illus), 24-25, 109.
Deborah Edwards, Heritage: The national women's art book, 'Barbara Tribe', pg. 234, Sydney, 1995, 234 (colour illus.). plate 397
Patricia McDonald, Barbara Tribe: sculptor, North Ryde, 2000, 67.
Nevill Keating Pictures Ltd, Australian paintings 1895-2002 and the European influence, London, 2002, (colour illus.). NOTE: this is another cast of this sculpture (2/12), not the AGNSW cast.; cat.no. 10 from the exhibition 'Australian paintings 1895-2002 and the European influence', held at Nevill Keating Pictures Ltd., London, July & August 2002.
Jane Wheatley, Good Weekend, 'A head for figures', pg. 64-70, Sydney, 10 Jun 2000, 70 (colour illus.). NOTE: this is another cast of this sculpture, not the AGNSW cast.
Other works by Barbara Tribe
Lovers I Barbara Tribe 1936-1937), cast 1981 192.1982.a-b On display – South Building, ground level, 20th-century galleries
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