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Title

Study for "A summer morning"

(circa 1908)

Artist

Rupert Bunny

Australia, France

29 Sep 1864 – 25 May 1947

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  • Details

    Other Title
    Study for "Matineé d'Eté"
    Place where the work was made
    Paris France
    Date
    (circa 1908)
    Media category
    Painting
    Materials used
    oil on canvas
    Dimensions
    47.6 x 42.0 cm stretcher; 57.0 x 51.5 x 4.7 cm frame
    Signature & date

    Not signed. Not dated.

    Credit
    Purchased 1969
    Location
    Not on display
    Accession number
    OA14.1969
    Copyright

    Reproduction requests

    Artist information
    Rupert Bunny

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    Works in the collection

    52

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  • Places

    Where the work was made

    Paris

  • Exhibition history

    Shown in 1 exhibition

  • Bibliography

    Referenced in 5 publications

    • Deborah Edwards, Rupert Bunny: artist in Paris, Sydney, 2009, 154 (colour illus.), 209 (colour illus.). cabinet 12

    • Deborah Edwards, Look, 'The elusive Rupert Bunny: Looking ahead to a major AGNSW show', pg. 15, Sydney, Feb 2009, 15 (colour illus.). NOTE: Denise Mimmocchi is handing the painting in the sub-basement. Also in the photograph is Deborah Edwards, Caroline Geraghty and Anne Gerard.

    • Desmond Macaulay and Bettina Macaulay, Singing in the heart: Music and the art of Rupert Bunny, 'The later belle epoque', pg. 46-68, Queensland, 2007, 60, 61 (colour illus.). not included in exhibition

    • David Thomas, Art Gallery of New South Wales Quarterly, 'Rupert Bunny', pg. 550-575, Sydney, Oct 1970, 560 (illus.).

    • Editor Unknown (Editor), Art Gallery of New South Wales Quarterly, 'Acquisitions for 1969', pg. 538, Sydney, Jul 1970, 540 (illus.), 541. plate no. 13

Other works by Rupert Bunny

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