- Media category
- Materials used
- oil on canvas on paperboard
- 41.3 x 46.3 cm board; 53.0 x 58.1 x 5.3 cm frame
- Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r. corner, brown oil "J. MUIR AULD -35".
- Gift of the New South Wales Society of Artists 1935
- Not on display
- Accession number
- Wynne Prize
- Winner - 1935
- Artist information
James Muir Auld
Works in the collection
This painting won the Wynne Prize in 1935 and was acquired by the Gallery in 1935.
Shown in 4 exhibitions
Society of Artists annual exhibition (1935), Education Department Gallery [Loftus Street], Sydney, 06 Sep 1935–04 Oct 1935
Wynne Art Prize, 1935, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 18 Jan 1936–31 Jan 1936
150 years of Australian art (1938), National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 27 Jan 1938–25 Apr 1938
The Wynne prize: an Australian landscape tradition (1987):
- S.H. Ervin Gallery, The Rocks 19 Dec 1986–01 Feb 1987
- Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Booragul 06 Mar 1987–29 Mar 1987
- Orange Regional Gallery, Orange 10 Apr 1987–17 May 1987
- Griffith Regional Art Gallery 03 Jun 1987–20 Jun 1987
- Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Australia 01 Jul 1987–26 Jul 1987
- Albury Regional Gallery, Albury 07 Aug 1987–06 Sep 1987
- Broken Hill City Art Gallery, Broken Hill 18 Sep 1987–26 Oct 1987
- Tamworth City Gallery, Tamworth 05 Nov 1987–13 Dec 1987
Referenced in 6 publications
Helen Campbell, Wynne centenary 1897-1997: a selection of past winners from the Gallery's collection, Sydney, 1997. not paginated
Edmund Capon AM, OBE (Director), Barry Pearce (Curator) and Dinah Dysart (Curator), The Wynne prize: an Australian landscape tradition, Sydney, 1986, 26.
Lionel Lindsay, 150 years of Australian art, Sydney, 1938. not paginated, cat.no. 101 [Gallery No. 2]
Bob Pauling, Art & Music in early Dee Why, Neutral Bay, 2010, 15.
Society of Artists, Society of Artists Annual Exhibition (1935), Sydney, 1935.
Sydney Ure Smith and Leon Gellert (Editors), Art in Australia [series 3, no. 62], Sydney, Feb 1936, 59 (illus.). cat.no. 102; priced 30 guineas. NOTE: Paintings by contemporary painters were included in the exhibition [Matisse, Derain, Pissarro, Monet...]
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