Charles CONDER

Tottenham, Middlesex, England 1868 – Virginia Water, Surrey, England 1909

  • Australia 1884-90
  • England and France from 1890


commenced 1903 – 1977

publisher (organisation)

L'entree en scene. 1904
Collection Title: The carnival set. London: Ernest Brown & Phillips, 1906
Page: no.5
Place made: London, Greater London, England
Creation Notes: 1906, published
Materials & Technique: prints, ink; paper transfer-lithograph, printed in red ink, from one stone Support: cream laid W King, Alton Mill paper
Manufacturer's Mark: watermark centre vertical, 'W KING / ALTON MILL'.
Edition State: published state
Impression: 26/50
Edition: Printed in red
Place Published: London, Ernest Brown and Phillips, 1906

Primary Insc: signed lower left below printed image in black pencil, 'Charles Conder'. not dated. inscribed lower right below printed image in black pencil, 'No 26'.
Tertiary Insc: Inscribed lower right in black pencil, '6 [encircled]'. Inscribed lower left, vertical, in black pencil, '8'. Inscribed verso upper left - upper centre in black pencil, 'The Carnival - very Rare - signed/ 5 guineas'. Inscribed verso lower right in black pencil, '6 [encircled]'.
Dimensions: printed image 22.0 h x 30.8 w cm sheet 29.4 h x 38.0 w cm
Accession No: NGA 46.29
  • Redfern Gallery, London [?]
  • Mrs A. Cecil Lawson, London [?] The inscriptions on this print (and that of NGA 1980.2238, 'The green room') are in the handwriting of Lawson.
  • Purchased by the Commonwealth Art Advisory Board (C.A.A.B.), by 1946.