Item #CL206-31 Parramatta Park [NSW]. Elioth Gruner, 1882–1939 Aust.
Parramatta Park [NSW]
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Parramatta Park [NSW]

1919. Etching, signed in pencil in lower margin, 5.5 x 8.3cm. Slight foxing to upper margin.

This etching is accompanied with the envelope it was posted in, which is addressed to J. Lane Mullins, Esq., of Kincopal [sic] Chambers, Moore St, Sydney. Held in The Art Gallery of NSW.

John Francis Lane Mullins (1857–1939) was an Australian politician and prominent Catholic layperson in NSW during the late 19th and early 20th century. He was an avid book collector and was known as the founding father of the Australian Bookplate Movement and was the first President of the Australian Ex Libris Society. Lane Mullins studied at the University of Sydney, becoming a solicitor in 1885. He served on the Sydney City Council from 1900 for several years. In 1903 he was appointed Knight of St Gregory and Privy Chamberlain to Pope Pius X. From 1917 to 1934 he was a Nationalist member of the NSW Legislative Council. Ref: Wiki.

This is Gruner’s smallest etching.

Item #CL206-31

Price (AUD): $1,350.00  other currencies

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