Summer, 1930
Thea Proctor - Date unknown
This artwork is believed to be under copyright; only the thumbnail may be displayed under fair use (see Copyright status tab below).
Number 11 from an unknown edition. Thea Proctor began doing woodcuts in 1925, encouraged by fellow Australian Margaret Preston. Woodcuts suited Proctor's interest in color and design. She mainly intended them for children's nurseries.
Owner/Location: Art Gallery of New South Wales - Sydney  (Australia - Sydney)
Dates: Date unknown
Dimensions: Height: 20.4 cm (8.03 in.), Width: 26.5 cm (10.43 in.)
Medium: Unknown
woodcut, printed in black ink, hand-coloured on thin ivory mulberry paper
Entered by: Member kitten on 02 August 2013.
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