“Thro’ the Orchard” was exhibited in Australia.

Thanks to a comment kindly submitted by Lara Nicholls (Curator of Australian Painting and Sculpture, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra), have learned that Thro' the Orchard was exhibited in Melbourne Public Library as part of The Grosvenor Gallery Intercolonial Exhibition in 1887. The catalogue title of this painting varies from source to source, Thro' the …

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Joan of Arc / Dacre exhibition / racehorse / improved images / pony / ‘The Lady in White’ identified?

CAME ACROSS a photo in The Times, 25 Nov 1922, showing Annie standing by Joan of Arc, but the image has differences to the version known today, most noticeably the arched corners of the picture. It is either another version or Annie reworked parts of the canvas after the photo was taken. The Southing of …

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Landscape with Figures origin / Exhibitions database / Susan and Dodd / Joseph and pope Leo XIII

Having posted rather a lot recently, and conscious of the need not to overpopulate peoples' mailboxes, I'll restrict myself to no more than one posting a week from now on.  JR. LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES, a painting identified August last year, may have been owned by famed horticulultarist, suffrage campaigner and relative of women's rights champion …

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