Sidney NOLAN, Combat between a tamanoir and jaguar Enlarge 1 /1

Sidney NOLAN

Carlton, Victoria, Australia 1917 – London, England 1992

  • England and Australia from 1950

Combat between a tamanoir and jaguar December 1940 Place made: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Materials & Technique: drawings, collages, collage of cut and rearranged wood-engravings from nineteenth century illustrated books Support: white wove paper

Primary Insc: Signed and dated verso right edge in blue ink, 'Dec. 1940. Nolan/'. Title printed lower centre below image in black ink, 'COMBAT BETWEEN A TAMANOIR AND JAGUAR'. Inscribed verso right edge in blue ink, 'illustration to Rimbaud/ Leonardo's Leda'.
Dimensions: image 9.5 h x 15.5 w cm sheet 13.5 h x 19.5 w cm
Acknowledgement: Gift of James Agapitos OAM and Ray Wilson OAM 2007
Accession No: NGA 2007.893
Subject: Australia, Art style: Surrealism
Image rights: © Sidney Nolan Trust
Provenance:
  • Jinx Nolan, step-daughter of the artist, by descent
  • Acquired by James Agapitos and Ray Wilson from Jinx Nolan, Boston
  • Gift to the National Gallery of Australia, of the Agapitos/Wilson Collection, from James Agapitos and Ray Wilson, Sydney, 2007