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Arthur BOYD

Murrumbeena, Victoria, Australia 1920 – Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 1999

  • England, Australia, Italy from 1959

Figures with coffin by cave [recto] (Bull, house and windmill) [verso] 1954 Place made: Central Australia, Australia
Materials & Technique: drawings, conté crayon; paper drawing in black conté crayon Support: medium-weight cream wove paper
Manufacturer's Mark: no inscriptions.

Edition Notes: See painting 'Bride in a cave with a rainbow', 1958. See Philipp (1967) IX 22. See painting 'Mourning Bride' I and II, 1957-58. See Philipp (1967) IX 15; 16.
Primary Insc: no inscriptions.
Secondary Insc: no inscriptions.
Tertiary Insc: Inscribed lower left with Arthur Boyd list number in blue ball-point pen, '98 [circled]'. Inscribed verso lower left with Tadgell number in black pencil, 'CT 980'.
Dimensions: image (recto) 25.7 h x 34.5 w cm image (verso) 25.7 h x 27.0 w cm sheet (irregular) 25.7 h x 34.5 w cm
Acknowledgement: The Arthur Boyd gift, 1975
Accession No: NGA 75.3.1459AB
Subject: Collection: The Arthur Boyd gift of his paintings, prints and drawings, 1975.
Image rights: Reproduced with permission of Bundanon Trust
  • Gift of the artist to the Interim Council of the NGA, February 1975.