C1922

Chapel Melb Grammar

Artist:

Cyril Dillon (c1880 - c1970)

Etching of Melbourne Grammar chapel by Cyril Dillon, signed at lower right in pencil. From an edition of 50. Collections: National Gallery Australia

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S/N: PM-AA-DILL-MGS–226217
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Full Title:

Chapel Melb Grammar

Date:

C1922

Artist:

Cyril Dillon (c1880 - c1970)

Condition:

In good condition with wide untrimmed margins

Technique:

Etching printed in sepia

Image Size: 

227mm 
x 270mm

Paper Size: 

422mm 
x 330mm
AUTHENTICITY
Chapel Melb Grammar - Vintage Print from 1922

Guaranteed Vintage Item
dated:

1922

Description:

Etching of Melbourne Grammar chapel by Cyril Dillon, signed at lower right in pencil. From an edition of 50.

Collections:
National Gallery Australia

Biography:

Cyril Dillon (1883-1974)

Dillon was an etcher who was active in Melbourne during 1880-1940. A prominent member of the Savage Club, Melbourne and friend of many leading artists. He was vice-president of the Australian Painters-Etchers Society for ten years. He is represented in most major print collections.

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