- Media category
- Materials used
- oil and synthetic polymer paint on hardboard
- 92.0 x 137.5 cm board; 95.5 x 141.4 x 4.2 cm frame
- Signature & date
Signed and dated l.r., red synthetic polymer paint ".../ .../ MikE/ Brown [underlined]/ NOV 65".
- Purchased with funds provided by an anonymous purchase fund for contemporary Australian art 1970
- Not on display
- Accession number
- © Mike Brown Estate
- Artist information
Works in the collection
Shown in 4 exhibitions
Paintin' a-go-go!, Gallery A (Sydney), Paddington, 12 Nov 1965–24 Nov 1965
Mike Brown, National Gallery of Victoria [St Kilda Road], Melbourne, 16 Dec 1977–15 Feb 1978
Mike Brown: Power to the People, National Gallery of Victoria [St Kilda Road], Melbourne, 07 Apr 1995–15 May 1995
Pop to popism, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 01 Nov 2014–01 Mar 2015
Referenced in 7 publications
Michaela Boland, Weekend Australian, 'Pop went our easels', pg. 8-9, Sydney, 01 Nov 2014-02 Nov 2014, 9 (colour illus.). Wayne Tunnicliffe photographed in front of the work on display
Richard Haese, Permanent revolution: Mike Brown and the Australian avant-garde 1953-1997, 'Flying kites: protest and pop on the Sydney art scene (1963-67)', pg. 98-133, Melbourne, 2011, 125, 126 (colour illus.), 289.
Hal Missingham (Editor), Art Gallery of New South Wales Quarterly, Sydney, Jul 1971, 606. Special Gifts
Bernard Smith., Age, 'Lively show minus gimmickry', Melbourne, 15 Dec 1965, page number unknown.
Daniel Thomas, Art and Australia, 'Australian collection', pg. 52-62, Sydney, Jul 1972, 85 (illus.).
Daniel Thomas, Gallery A Sydney 1964 - 1983, 'Ralph Balson and Gallery A', pg. 103-115, Campbelltown, 2009, 112, 115 (colour illus.).
Wayne Tunnicliffe, Look, 'Sydney: Australia's pop capital', pg. 28-31, Sydney, Dec 2014-Jan 2015, 30.
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