Item #CL203-43 Hobart [Tasmania]. Cedric Emanuel, 1906–1995 Aust.
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Hobart [Tasmania]

c1931. Etching, editioned 1/50, signed and titled in pencil in lower margin, 41.5 x 32.8cm. Slight foxing, paper remnants and old mount burn to margins.

This image of Hobart, which is most likely Emanuel’s largest etching, is held in the National Gallery of Australia.

Born in New Zealand, Cedric Emanuel was a painter, printmaker, commercial artist and illustrator, and an outstanding sportsman and lifesaver. He studied at the Julian Ashton Art School and was taught etching by Sydney Long. His main body of work provides a visual record of Australian rural and urban scenes spanning over 70 years of his career. He was especially well-known for his views of Paddington (NSW) and Sydney. He was awarded an Order of Australia for his services to art in 1981. Ref: Australian National University.

Item #CL203-43

Price (AUD): $3,300.00  other currencies

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