St James’ [Church, King Street, Sydney]. Lisette Kohlhagen, Aust.
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St James’ [Church, King Street, Sydney]

c1930s. Linocut, initialled in block lower left, titled, numbered “5” and signed in pencil in lower margin, 29.5 x 26.5cm. Slight printing stains to margins.

St James’ Church was designed by architect Francis Greenway (1777-1837).

Lisette Anna Kohlhagen studied at the South Australian School of Arts and Crafts in Adelaide under James Ashton, winning an award from the Royal Drawing Society in 1926. She studied oil painting under Adelaide Perry in Sydney in 1935, and later at George Bell’s School in Melbourne. Kohlhagan was an active member of the South Australian Society of Arts. She also was a member of “Group 9”, whose members included Dorrit Black, Mary Harris, Marjorie Gwynne, John Dowie and Ruby Henty. She was a foundation member of the SA branch of the Contemporary Art Society, and wrote art criticism for the Adelaide News. Ref: Wiki.

Item #CL192-73

Price (AUD): $1,650.00  other currencies

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