Lionel LINDSAYP & D COLNAGHI & CO, A doorway, Burgos Cathedral Enlarge 1 /1

Lionel LINDSAY

Creswick, Victoria, Australia 1874 – Hornsby, New South Wales, Australia 1961

  • Europe 1902-03
  • Europe 1910
  • England, Europe 1925-27
  • North Africa, India, Europe 1928-30
  • Europe 1933-34

P & D COLNAGHI & CO

publisher (organisation)

A doorway, Burgos Cathedral [A door, Burgos Cathedral] 1926 Place made: Monte-Carlo London, Monte-Carlo Greater London, Monaco England
Materials & Technique: prints, ink; paper etching and aquatint, printed in warm black ink, from one plate Support: light blue laid paper
Manufacturer's Mark: no manufacturer's mark.
Edition State: published state
Impression: ?/75
Edition: edition of 75

Primary Insc: signed lower left below plate-mark in pen and ink, 'Lionel Lindsay'. not dated. . titled lower centre below plate-mark in black pencil, 'A door Burgos Cathedral'. inscribed lower right below plate-mark in pen and ink, '75'. annotated lower right at base of sheet, 'This plate I etched in 1906 [sic. 1926] in Monte Carlo. / I gave a proof to my friend Furneau Mann who / showed it to Hillaire Belloc, who so my friend told me / said ' All Catholicism is in that plate Kings and the Virgin / the Priest and Charity. L.L.'.
Secondary Insc: no inscriptions.
Tertiary Insc: inscribed with Queale Bequest reference number verso lower right in black pencil, 699.
Dimensions: plate-mark 26.5 h x 16.4 w cm sheet 32.6 h x 21.2 w cm
Acknowledgement: Bequest of Alan Queale, 1982.
Accession No: NGA 83.516
Subject: Collection: The Alan Queale collection of Lionel Lindsay etchings and wood-engravings, acquired 1982. Australia, Art style: Painter-etchers 1860s-1938
Image rights: © National Library of Australia
Provenance:
  • Alan Queale, Brisbane. Bequeathed to the Australian National Gallery by Alan Queale, Brisbane, 1982. Alan Queale Bequest accepted by the Australian National Gallery, 1983.