(Russia, Australia 1873 – 1930)
Ada Beattie in bed with influenza
- Other titles:
- Ada Beattie with Influenza, Profile head of a woman in bed, Profile head of a woman in bed (Ada Beattie with Influenza)
- Not on display
- Further information
Ada Beattie was the sister of William and Beatrice Beattie.
William B Beattie (born 1871) was a musician, actor and writer. Ater he and Lambert met, they formed a life-long friendship. Lambert illustrated Beattie's story 'The love story of Tamar Niell'. In a tribute to his friend, Beattie wrote in the Lambert memorial issue of 'Art in Australia' in 1930:
'Clean, wholesome, strong and good to look at; truly the young Siegfried; and, above all, happy. That was the keynote to the real Lambert - happiness; he was glad he was alive.'
excerpt from Hendrik Kolenberg, Anne Ryan and Patricia James, '19th century Australian watercolours, drawings & pastels in the Gallery's collection', Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2005
- 18.1 x 27.4 cm sheet
- Signature & date
Not signed. Not dated.
- Purchased 1898
- Accession number