(Australia 09 May 1902 – 01 Aug 1993)
- Not on display
- Further information
Ogilvie also made a colour linocut of this subject, and probably worked from drawings of the Banksia plant to make both linocut
and wood engraving.
‘This is purely that I loved the design of them and I wanted to put it down … I collected it in the wild, when we were on our
holidays, and I think I got these from South Gippsland … or the east coast, because they were the most beautiful ones.’
from Anne Ryan, 'Australian etchings and engravings 1880s–1930s from the Gallery's collection', AGNSW, Sydney 2007
- wood engraving, printed in black ink on white tissue
- 10.9 x 10.2 cm blockmark; 13.7 x 14 cm sheet
- Signature & date
Signed l.r., pencil "H Ogilvie." Not dated.
- Purchased 1975
- Accession number
- © Estate of the artist