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[Portrait of Grace M. Wilson, ca 1919] / drawn by George Washington Lambert

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Record title

[Portrait of Grace M. Wilson, ca 1919] / drawn by George Washington Lambert

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DG P2/49

Record identifier

9yM6lLa9

[Portrait of Grace M. Wilson, ca 1919] / drawn by George Washington Lambert

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[Portrait of Grace M. Wilson, ca 1919] / drawn by George Washington Lambert

Full title

[Portrait of Grace M. Wilson, ca 1919] / drawn by George Washington Lambert

Date

ca 1919

Call Numbers

DG P2/49

Record Identifier

9yM6lLa9

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Physical Description

Contents

Drawings - 38.4 x 27.9 cm. (visible image on folded sheet); 38.4 x 56 cm. (full sheet) - 1 pencil drawing

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Issue Copy

Copy print : DG P2/49

Available on open access in the Mitchell Library Reading Room

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Full title

[Portrait of Grace M. Wilson, ca 1919] / drawn by George Washington Lambert

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

Date of work is based on Lambert's time at Abbassia. Gladys Owen and Basil Burdett were Hon. Secretaries for the Lambert Memorial Fund Exhibition Committee. The Exhibition was held in the Anthony Horderns' Fine Art Gallery, Sept. 25th until Oct. 15th 1930. Further reference: ML MSS 97/11 pp 201-211, contains listing of G.W. Lambert's works exhibite...

Signature / Inscriptions

Unsigned; undated; untitled.
On back of the drawing there is a stamp signed by Gladys Owen and Basil Binder reading 'Certified by the Lambert Memorial Fund as the work of G.W. Lambert, A.R.A. 1930' - see Notes

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Purchased from Joseph Brown Gallery as part of Dixson Bequest, 1979.
DG Pic.Acc.267

Administrative / Biographical history

Born: 25 June 1879 South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Died: 12 January 1957 Heidelberg, Victoria, Australia
Wilson served as a nurse in both world wars. In the First World War she was principal matron of the 3rd Australian General Hospital (later to become the 14th Australian General Hospital) in England, Lemnos, Abbassia and France. She was...

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DG P2/49

Record Identifier

9yM6lLa9

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457961

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