Howard Ashton, Esq., holding paint palette and brushes, 1948 / E.H. Rix Nicholas
- Bib ID:
- Nicholas, Hilda Rix, 1884-1961, artist
- 1 painting : oil on canvas ; 100 x 81 cm, in frame 113 x 95 cm
"This painting represents the close relationship that Rix Nicholas had to the art critic Julian Howard Ashton, referred to as Howard Ashton. Ashton was the son of Julian Rossi Ashton, artist, teacher and founder of the Julian Ashton Art School (1890)"--Information from acquisitions documentation.
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- Inscriptions: "E.H. Rix Nicholas"--Signed by artist lower left.
- The frame was made by John Thallon, who was a leading frame-maker in Melbourne.
- Digital master available National Library of Australia
- Source of Acquisition:
- Purchased from Sotheby's Australia, 2018.
- Other authors/contributors:
- Thallon, John 1848-1910
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