John RUSSELL, Portrait of the artist's son Sandro Enlarge 1 /1

John RUSSELL

Darlinghurst, New South Wales, Australia 1858 – Randwick, New South Wales, Australia 1930

  • England 1880-84, France 1884-1912, Switzerland and Italy 1912-15, England 1915-21, Australia from 1921

Portrait of the artist's son Sandro c.1895 Place made: Belle Ile, Brittany, Morbihan, France
Materials & Technique: drawings, graphite; paper drawing in black pencil Support: cream paper mounted on paper

Primary Insc: Signed and inscribed lower right in black pencil, 'Sandro.R./ JR/ Fecit'.
Tertiary Insc: Inscribed verso upper left, ink '32. R Tagliana'. Inscribed verso on label upper left in black pencil, 'E97'.
Dimensions: sheet 25.2 h x 32.6 w cm image 23.5 h x 31.0 w cm backing 25.4 h x 33.0 w cm sight 20.8 h x 30.5 w cm
Acknowledgement: Purchased 1978
Accession No: NGA 78.240
Provenance:
  • Collection of Robert Tagliana of Auvers-sur-Oise, France was the owner of this work as at 1969 [see inscriptions].
  • Purchased by the Australian National Gallery, from Joseph Brown Gallery, Melbourne, May 1978.