Sidney Robert Nolan

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NOLAN Sidney Robert Kelly

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Sidney Robert Nolan - Central Austrlaian Landscape With Explorer

Sidney Robert Nolan - Central Austrlaian Landscape With Explorer

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Lot 24 SIDNEY ROBERT NOLAN (1917-1992) “Central Austrlaian Landscape with Explorer” Ripolin on Paper 51x75cm Signed Middle Right No other artist has left his mark on the Australian art scene or invited so much controversy than Nolan. He had a passion for the Australian lifestyle and landscape. In 1949 he toured central Australia photographing the drought ravaged landscape, including aerial views of the brown hued terrain, contrasting with the endless blue sky. He has drawn on this material many times over the years, producing a body of work that has been successful in capturing the attention of the art buying public with his artistic genius. Rep: ANG, Canberra; all state and many regional and university galleries; Australian War Memorial, Canberra; Tate Gallery, London; MOMA, New York. Estimate: $10,000-15,000 Click here to request a Condition Report Click here to print a telephone bidding form [Return to Catalogue]
Sidney Robert Nolan - Swamp

Sidney Robert Nolan - Swamp

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Lot number: 583
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Sidney Nolan (Australian, 1917-1992) Swamp signed lower right "Nolan" oil on board h:49 w:68 cm Sidney Nolan was a painter, theatre designer, printmaker and illustrator who was born in Melbourne, Australia. He attended on an ad-hoc basis art and technical schools in Melbourne 1932-34 and then full-time at the National Gallery School, Victoria, 1934-36. He moved to England in 1955 and the following year was awarded an Italian Government Scholarship taking him to Europe to study the Old Masters. His exhibiting career was long and prestigious and his work was shown in all the major art galleries and museums in the world from the Tate in London to the MOMA in New York. His commercial gallery venues included the Redfern Gallery, Waddington Gallery, Marlborough Fine Art and many more in the UK alone. Condition is fine.
Sidney Robert Nolan - Lyre Bird

Sidney Robert Nolan - Lyre Bird

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Sidney Nolan (1917-1992) Lyre Bird, 1963 mixed media on paper 62.0 x 51.0cm (24 7/16 x 20 1/16in). Footnotes LITERATURE T.G. Rosenthal, Sidney Nolan , Thames & Hudson, London, 2002, p. 260 (illus.) This work relates to Nolan's design for the set and costumes of the Australian Ballet's 1964 production of Robert Helpmann's The Display .
Sidney Robert Nolan - Kelly

Sidney Robert Nolan - Kelly

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Lot number: 156
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Description: Sir Sidney Nolan RA, Australian 1917-1992- "Kelly" 1964, screenprint in colours, signed and dedicated to 'Chris from Sidney' in pencil, 68.8x49.6cm: together with a further screenprint in colours by the same hand entitled "Cross" 1966-7, signed in pencil, 63.5x48.7cm, (2), (unframed) Note: see Tate, London, reference numbers P04644 and P04664 respectively, for examples of the same Provenance: "Kelly" is dedicated to Chris Prater, founder of Kelpra Press, London. Notes: From the private collection Chris Prater OBE the founder of Kelpra Studio, London. In 1957 Chris Prater OBE had set up in business as a commercial silkscreen printer. Being a joint venture, it was named after part of his wife Rose's maiden name - KELly, and Chris's surname - PRAter. After having worked on several art related posters, the transition to fine art prints was instigated by Gordon House followed by Eduardo Paolozzi who quickly came to appreciate the flexibility of the medium. It was Richard Hamilton was suggested a portfolio of silkscreen prints to the ICA. A total of 24 artists contributed to the project, which was published in 1964. Although for most of those participating it was to be a one-off experience, it did put silkscreen printing on the map. For others, particularly those of a Pop predisposition, working in the medium gave them the green light to tear up the old rulebook and open up new horizons that questioned the very definition of 'print'. Eduardo Paolozzi created collages which combined a whole range of patterns and imagery. He sometimes changed colours with each printing, which meant that no two examples of the edition were the same. This was controversial as it went against the perceived definition of limited edition print where every print should be identical. The secret of Kelpra Studio's success was not just the innate craftsmanship but also Chris Prater offered a collaboration that gave him the ability to build a unique rapport with each artist.
Sidney Robert Nolan - Ned Kelly Series Ii

Sidney Robert Nolan - Ned Kelly Series Ii

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Lot number: 81
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Description: Sir Sidney Robert Nolan OM AC (Australian, 1917– 1992) NED KELLY SERIES II (SET OF 10) screenprint; (7); lithograph; (3) each signed and inscribed with [A/P] 18½ x 25in. (46.99 x 63½cm) Sheet size 29 by 23 ins. All of equal dimensions. Unframed. Nolan's fascination with Ned Kelly, an Australian bushranger with Irish descent, developed from stories told by his grandfather, a trooper responsible for capturing the outlaw in 1880. The series follows key events of the Kelly story depicting the scenes in a way which allowed Nolan to incorporate the distinct Australian landscape into the narrative.
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