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CreatorLycett, Joseph, ca. 1775-1828
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Level of DescriptionCollection
Date of Work
Type of MaterialGraphic Materials
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Issue CopyDigitised :
Physical Description Paintings : Oil Paintings on a single wooden panel, on obverse of which is a damaged Paintings of a composition of what appears to have once been a reclining figure (now erased), curtains, flowers and a distant landscape. Panel is possibly oak. Panel is primed by a coarse white lead, probably not artist quality. Paints are commercially prepared oil paints. There are three sets of double holes along top edge with remains of a brass hinge and wooden screws at upper right. Holes and abrasions on bottom edge suggest two catches mounted along this edge. ; 70.5 x 122.4 cm panel. Panel is 1.4 cm thick
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Copying ConditionsOut of copyright - Artist died before 1955.
Please acknowledge: - Dixson Galleries, State Library of New South Wales
General Note
TopicAboriginal peoples (Australians)
campfires
colonial art
corroborees
moon
moonlight
PlaceNewcastle (N.S.W.)
Nobbys (Newcastle, N.S.W.)
PersonsAdult Females
Adult Males
Children
Exhibited inNew Worlds from Old: 19th century Australian & American landscapes
Australian Colonial Art
Nocturne
The City Unfolds
Pride of place
Joseph Lycett : convict artist
Landfall : the Captain James Cook bicentenary exhibition of Australian art
Wunderkammer
Curious Colony: a twenty first century Wunderkammer
Art Gallery of South Australia
Treasures of Newcastle from the Macquarie Era
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