C1911

'The Never-Never'

Rare Lionel Lindsay proof aquatint landscape with brolgas drinking by a waterhole in the evening light.   References;Mendelsshohn, The art of Sir Lionel Lindsay /​  Vol II, Part B, #328, ill. p.248 Collections:National Gallery Australia: Queale bequest (1982), 58National Gallery Victoria:  Accession Number 3114.34-4National Library Australia: Bib … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

‘The Never-Never’

Date:

C1911

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Aquatint, signed lower left in pencil, proof on wove Whatman 1819

Image Size: 

242mm 
x 166mm

Paper Size: 

999mm 
x 999mm
AUTHENTICITY
'The Never-Never' - Antique Print from 1911

Genuine antique
dated:

1911

Description:

Rare Lionel Lindsay proof aquatint landscape with brolgas drinking by a waterhole in the evening light.  

References;
Mendelsshohn, The art of Sir Lionel Lindsay /​  Vol II, Part B, #328, ill. p.248

Collections:
National Gallery Australia: Queale bequest (1982), 58
National Gallery Victoria:  Accession Number 3114.34-4
National Library Australia: Bib ID3017672

Lionel Arthur Lindsay (1874 - 1961)

Known as a writer & art administrator, he worked for the "Bulletin." He became well known for his etchings and woodcuts. As a trustee to the NSW Art Gallery he was a major supporter of Dobell over the Joshua Smith controversy. He was knighted in 1941 and is represented in most state collections.

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