Melbourne: Alexander McCubbin, circa 1920.
'Painting with great facility, often with the square brushstrokes made popular by Streeton, and greatly assisted by his success in winning Archibald prizes, he made his name as a portrait painter. His landscapes have a poetic feeling and reflect the charm and sensitiveness that won him the affection of his students at the National Gallery of Victoria School' (McCulloch).Item #234
Limited edition of 600 copies. Quarto, publisher's decorated stiff card covers, tipped colour and black & white plates, spine shows some regular wear, internally fine and pleasing. With the bookplate of Australian historian and bibliophile George Mackaness.
Price (AUD): $475.00 other currencies