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Title

Portrait of Margo Lewers

1967


Artist

Judy Cassab

Australia, Austria, Hungary

15 Aug 1920 - 03 Nov 2015


About

Awarded the Archibald Prize in 1967 and aquired by the Gallery in 1968.


Details


Date

1967


Media category

Painting


Materials used

oil on canvas


Dimensions

101.5 x 101.5 cm stretcher; 111.0 x 111.0 x 4.0 cm frame


Signature & date

Signed and dated l.r. corner, black oil "Cassab/ 67".
Signed verso on canvas, "JUDY CASSAB/ ..." [information taken from catalogue card]


Credit

Purchased 1968


Location

Not on display


Accession number

OA5.1968


Archibald Prize

Winner - 1967


Artist information

Judy Cassab

Artist profile

Works in the collection

62


Shown in 4 exhibitions

Exhibition history


Referenced in 8 publications

Bibliography


Gay Hendriksen, Drawn together: the drawing lives of Nora Heysen, Judy Cassab & Margaret Woodward, 'Judy Cassab', pg. 38-45, Parramatta, 2005, 42, 43 (colour illus.), 79 (colour illus.). cat.no. 43

Anna Waldmann, The Archibald Prize: an illustrated history 1921-1981, Sydney, 1981, 231 (colour illus.).

Susan Hunt, The Archibald Prize 1921-1993, Sydney, 1993, 21 (colour illus.).

David Leser, The Australian women's weekly, 'The art and life of Judy Cassab', pg. 66-72, 277., Sydney, Sep 2003, 69 (colour illus.).

Peter Ross, Let's face it: the history of the Archibald Prize, 'The Postwar Years', pg. 40-62, Sydney, 1999, 62 (colour illus.), 133.

Peter Ross, Let's face it: the history of the Archibald Prize, ‘Chapter 3: The postwar years’, pg. 38-60, Sydney, 2005, 59, 60 (colour illus.), 143 (colour illus.).

Anne Ryan, Look, 'Vale Judy Cassab', pg. 16-17, Sydney, Feb 2016, 17 (colour illus.).

Anna Waldmann, Art and Australia (Vol. 20, No. 2), 'The Archibald Prize', pg. 213-236, Sydney, Summer 1982, 231 (colour illus.).