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Title

Architectural plan for the parquetry flooring ofthe Board Room and Galleries 1 and 2 of the National Art Gallery of New South Wales

21 Oct 1908


Artist

George McRae

10 Sep 1858 - 1923


About

George McRae (1858-1923), who drew up this plan for Gallery flooring, was a Scottish architect who migrated to Australia in 1884 and pursued his career in Sydney. He worked as an assistant to Walter Liberty Vernon, the Government Architect who designed the Art Gallery of New South Wales, eventually succeeding him to that post in 1912.


Details


Date

21 Oct 1908


Media category

Drawing


Materials used

ink and watercolour on cardboard


Dimensions

36.5 x 58.0 cm


Signature & date

Signed and dated l.r. corner, ink, "Geo McRae/for Government Architect/21.10.8"


Credit

National Art Archive. Art Gallery of New South Wales Institutional archive


Location

Not on display


Accession number

ARC1.76.50


Artist information

George McRae

Works in the collection

2