An image of The glade

Elioth Gruner

(New Zealand, Australia 16 Dec 1882 – 17 Oct 1939)

The glade

Location
Not on display
Further information

Elioth Gruner produced only a few prints, all drypoints, possibly inspired by the work of his friend Norman Lindsay, or by a small etching sent to him by Hans Heysen. Gruner liked the feathery, romantic quality of line made using the drypoint method, as well as the directness with which it can be made on a plate, which suited his practice of working en plein air. He would occasionally print a plate using different quantities and wiping of ink, to create a different effects of light in the printed images.

from Anne Ryan, 'Australian etchings and engravings 1880s–1930s from the Gallery's collection', AGNSW, Sydney 2007

Year
(1919)
Media
Print
Medium
drypoint, brown ink with plate tone on ivory wove paper
Dimensions
11.4 x 18.2 cm platemark; 24.5 x 29.5 cm sheet
Signature & date

Signed l.r., pencil "E Grüner". Not dated.

Credit
Gift of Mrs Norman Lindsay in memory of the artist 1939
Accession number
6912