C1874

Mud pies: from the picture by Miss Livingstone, in the exhibition of the Victorian Academy of Arts.

Engraving of two girls making mud pies. From the original edition of the Australasian Sketcher.

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Full Title:

Mud pies: from the picture by Miss Livingstone, in the exhibition of the Victorian Academy of Arts.

Date:

C1874

Condition:

In good condition

Technique:

Engraving.

Image Size: 

201mm 
x 229mm
AUTHENTICITY
Mud pies: from the picture by Miss Livingstone, in the exhibition of the Victorian Academy of Arts. - Antique Print from 1874

Genuine antique
dated:

1874

Description:

Engraving of two girls making mud pies.

From the original edition of the Australasian Sketcher.

Margaret Horne Livingston (1843 - 1880)

Margaret Horne Livingston (c.1843-1880) Painter, exhibiting in Melbourne and Sydney. Studied at Melbourne’s National Gallery School in 1870-78 and was the inaugural teacher of art at Presbyterian Ladies College. She was living and painting at Comodai, a property between Bacchus Marsh and Gisborne, north-west of Melbourne, where she is said to have been visited by her friend and teacher, Louis Buvelot. In 1873 and 1875 – her only Melbourne directory listings – Miss Livingston [sic] is recorded as a professional painter of 18 Napier Street,  

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