(Australia 13 Sep 1934 – 09 Apr 2016)
Forty pages from Antarctica
- Not on display
- Further information
In January - February 1987 Maddock visited Antarctica with two other artists, Jan Senbergs and John Caldwell, invited as part of the Australian Antarctic Division's 'Artists in Antarctica' programme. While alighting at Heard Island she seriously injured her knee and leg (she was permanently disabled by the accident) and was unable to continue to the mainland. However, she spent some time on the island itself drawing the coastline, and from the ship and her cabin window the Antarctic landmass. Upon her return to Launceston Bea Maddock developed these into this suite of etchings, completed in April 1988.
Australian Art Department, AGNSW, 2000
- boxed set of 40 photo etchings with letterpress title page on 21 sheets of white Magnani paper
- 50.2 x 70.0 cm each sheet
- Signature & date
Signed l.l. corner verso parts b-v, pencil "... Bea.M.".
Signed and dated l.r. part v, pencil "Bea. Maddock '88 ...".
- D G Wilson Bequest Fund 2000
- Accession number
- © Bea Maddock