A study in trunks [picture] / H. Garlick
- Bib ID:
- Garlick, Harry, 1878-1910
- Online Version:
- National Library of Australia digitised item
- 1 drawing : pen, ink and wash heightened with white on paper ; image 18.8 x 14.4 cm., on sheet 27.3 x 21.7 cm.
- Condition: Stains, lower left and right; numerous small edge tears; "10/-"? in pencil, upper left; "3" in blue pencil, upper left, another number, partly illegible, in blue pencil, lower right; Conservation treatment: glued to backing sheet.
- Inscriptions: signed "H. Garlick - '01"--on image, lower edge; title in pencil below image; "Mr. Isaac Gabriel Goldsteinich visits the zoo and is highly amused at that mawcaw's awful beak - while the bird wonders how the blanky blank [word (men or new?) deleted beneath] could have got loose"-- in pencil below image, changed with numerous corrections in ink to read: "a foreign gentleman visiting the zoo is highly amused at that mawcaw's awful beak - while the macaw wonders how on earth this elephant could have got loose".
- Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-137022437
- Source of Acquisition:
- Acquired from Bridget McDonnell Gallery in 2005.
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- Creator Date of Death is Before 1955
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