(Australia 02 Oct 1879–29 Jul 1966)
- Not on display
- Further information
Proctor's image of fashionable, independent women and their shared pleasure in the fragrance and beauty of flowers, epitomises the artist's championing of the feminine. Its modern approach through a simplified, close-up view, in bright, unmodulated colour also reflects the artist's enthusiasm for Japanese prints. Based on a coloured pencil drawing, originally created as a cover for 'The Home' magazine, the artist's cousin Hera Roberts is seen on the right.
- (circa 1928)
- woodcut, printed in black ink, hand-coloured on thin ivory laid tissue
- 22.1 x 20.8cm blockmark (irreg.); 41.1 x 26.6cm sheet (irreg.)
- Signature & date
- Signed l.r., pencil "Thea Proctor". Signed within block to print u.r. corner, incised "TP [monogram]".
- Purchased 1975
- Accession number
- © AGNSW