An image of Installation view showing Charles Conder's works in the 'Loan Exhibition of Australian Art'

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Installation view showing Charles Conder's works in the 'Loan Exhibition of Australian Art'

Location
Not on display
Further information

The National Art Gallery of New South Wales staged a 'Loan exhibition: Collection of paintings and drawings by Australian artists' in 1918. This photograph shows the works by Charles Conder that were included in the exhibition. The works shown are 'Moonlight' 1889 on the top row; 'A grey day' going left to right on the second row; 'Grey and gold' 1888 (National Gallery of Australia, Canberra); 'Decoration for fan'; 'Decoration for fan'; 'A pastoral'; 'The Farm, Richmond' 1888 (National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne) bottom row going left to right; 'Landscape' 1890 (National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, retitled 'Rickett's Point'); 'Rainy day' 1888 top row (Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney); 'How we lost poor Flossie' 1889 (Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide); 'Early sketch'; and 'Spring' 1888 (National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, retitled 'Herrick's blossoms').

Place of origin
Domain, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Year
1918
Media
Photograph
Medium
gelatin silver photograph
Dimensions
15.3 x 20.3 cm image/sheet
Signature & date

Not signed. Not dated.

Credit
National Art Archive. Art Gallery of New South Wales Institutional Archive
Accession number
ARC30.54.3