Kenneth JACK, A corner of Carlton Enlarge 1 /1

Kenneth JACK

Caulfield, Victoria, Australia 1924 – 2006

A corner of Carlton [A bit of Carlton] 1949 Place made: RMIT, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Materials & Technique: prints, ink; paper lithograph, printed in black ink, from one zinc plate Support: cream laid paper
Manufacturer's Mark: no manufacturer's mark.
Edition: edition unknown

Primary Insc: no inscriptions.
Secondary Insc: no inscriptions.
Tertiary Insc: inscribed verso in black pencil, 'Jack 24'.
Dimensions: printed image 9.2 h x 18.8 w cm sheet 28.6 h x 21.4 w cm
Acknowledgement: Purchased 1986
Accession No: NGA 86.336
Image rights: © Kenneth Jack. Licensed by Viscopy
Provenance:
  • Collection of Harry Rosengrave (1899-1986).
  • The collection of 501 prints by 33 artists was formed in the 1950s and 60s, by the Melbourne artist Harry Rosengrave. Many of the prints were gifted or exchanged with his contemporaries who used the facilities of the print room of RMIT, Melbourne. The collection was well known among artists and the public had the opportunity to view many of the prints when they were exhibited at Hawthorn City Art Gallery, 10-25 May June 1979. Some of the prints in the collection suffered from smoke and water damage when the shed in which they were stored was set on fire. Rosengrave subsequently trimmed some sheets. The Australian National Gallery began negotiations with Rosengrave in 1973. These negotiations were resumed in 1985, the year before the artist’s death. Negotiations then continued with the family, facilitated by Niagara Lane Gallery, who had presented a retrospective of the artist’s prints in 1980.
  • Purchased by the Australian National Gallery, from the Rosengrave family, Melbourne, February 1986.