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Title

The crucifixion

1932
completed 1945


Artist

Roy de Maistre

Australia, England

27 Mar 1894 - 01 Mar 1968


Details


Dates

1932
completed 1945


Media category

Painting


Materials used

oil on paperboard


Dimensions

81.5 x 58.8 cm board; 104.0 x 81.0 x 6.5 cm frame


Signature & date

Signed and dated l.l. corner, black oil "R. de Maistre/ 1945".


Credit

Purchased 1950


Location

Not on display


Accession number

8538


Artist information

Roy de Maistre

Artist profile

Works in the collection

110


Shown in 7 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 7 publications

Bibliography


Heather Johnson, Roy de Maistre: The english years, New South Wales, 1995.

Heather Johnson, Brought to Light: Australian Art 1850–1965 from the Queensland Art Gallery collection, 'Reality or Religious Fantasy? Roy de Maistre and Herbert Badham', pg. 218-223, Brisbane, 1998, 220.

Sir John Rothenstein and Bryan Robertson, Roy de Maistre: A retrospective exhibition of paintings and drawings from 1917-1960, London, 1960, 14. cat.no. 63; titled: 'Crucifixion'; dated: 1945; Coll: Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

Daniel Thomas AM (Curator), Project 14: Roy de Maistre 1894-1968, Sydney, 1976, (illus.). cat.no. 24

Tony Tuckson, New South Wales Travelling Art Scholarship 1900 to 1956, Sydney, 1956, 7. cat.no. 4

Clive Turnbull, Jean Campbell and Daniel Thomas AM, Australian painting: colonial, impressionist, contemporary, Adelaide, 1962, 42, 84 (illus.), 85. cat.no. 87

The Adelaide Festival of Arts 1962: Special exhibitions at the National Gallery of South Australia, 'Australian Painting: Colonial, Impressionist, Contemporary', Adelaide, 1962. not paginated, cat.no. 104