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CreatorLycett, Joseph, ca. 1775-1828
Level of DescriptionCollection
Date of Work
Type of MaterialGraphic Materials
Call Number
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)
colonial art
PlaceNewcastle (N.S.W.)
Nobbys (Newcastle, N.S.W.)
PersonsAdult Females
Adult Males
Exhibited inNew Worlds from Old: 19th century Australian & American landscapes
Australian Colonial Art
The City Unfolds
Pride of place
Joseph Lycett : convict artist
Landfall : the Captain James Cook bicentenary exhibition of Australian art
Curious Colony: a twenty first century Wunderkammer
Art Gallery of South Australia
Treasures of Newcastle from the Macquarie Era
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