Water Tower, Power Station, South Mine, 2000 / drawing by Jeff Rigby

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Record title

Water Tower, Power Station, South Mine, 2000 / drawing by Jeff Rigby

Call numbers

XV/176

Record identifier

YK5rpr8n

Water Tower, Power Station, South Mine, 2000 / drawing by Jeff Rigby

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Water Tower, Power Station, South Mine, 2000 / drawing by Jeff Rigby

Full title

Water Tower, Power Station, South Mine, 2000 / drawing by Jeff Rigby

Date

2000

Call Numbers

XV/176

Record Identifier

YK5rpr8n

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Physical Description

Contents

1 drawing - visible image 59.5 x 46.5 cm, on paper 66 x 78.5 cm - charcoal on paper

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Copying Conditions

Copyright status : In copyright - Life of artist plus 70 years

Copyright holder : Jeff Rigby

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy Jeff Rigby

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Charcoal and wash drawing, 2000, from the artists Broken Hill series in the Places of Industry collection, exhibited in 2006

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

Water Tower, Power Station, South Mine, 2000 / drawing by Jeff Rigby

NOTES

General note

Exhibited in 'Places of Industry; When Workers Unite', Trades and Labor Council, Broken Hill, 2006

Signature / Inscriptions

Signed and dated lower right 'Jeff Rigby 2000'. Inscribed lower centre margin, 'Water Tower Power Station South Mine'.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Purchased from Robin Gibson Gallery, 2016

Administrative / Biographical history

Gold was first discovered in the Barrier Ranges near Broken Hill in the 1860s, although the key period of lucrative exploration for gold, silver, tin and lead did not really begin until 1875, and lasted about 10 years. In 1883, Charles Rasp collected samples of what he thought was tin and these turned out to be the largest and richest lodes of silv...

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PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

XV/176

Record Identifier

YK5rpr8n

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/YK5rpr8n

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Reference code

1006288

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