Norman Lindsay “Frolic” (etched circa 1920, published in 2007)

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$264.00

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SKU: 1510

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SKU 1510
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Product Details Limited Edition of 550, Facsimile Etching, 12.5x10cms
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Weight 5.1 kg
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  1. Odana Editions (Bungendore, NSW. ) 4th November 2019

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    This Norman Lindsay Facsimile Etching is printed according to the highest quality and standard on acid-free, archival quality Teton paper. The colour was chosen to be as close to the original colour by Rose Lindsay. To ensure the Limited Edition status of this Facsimile Etching, all original printing materials and plates used for the printing are cancelled and destroyed. This etching is published in strict accordance with Copyright conditions. Authenticity is guaranteed by an embossed seal in the lower right hand corner of the image and the work is accompanied by its Certificate of Authenticity. Each work is individually hand-numbered up to a maximum of 550 and once an edition has sold out, it is never again released.

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Norman Lindsay (1879-1969), artist, cartoonist, and writer, came from a family that produced five artists. Lindsay left home at sixteen to live with his brother in Melbourne. In 1901 he moved to his permanent home in the Blue Mountains, working for the Bulletin in an association that lasted almost to his death. His first novel was published in 1913, and by the 1920s he was both proficient and prolific in pen and ink drawing, etching, woodcuts, watercolours and sculpture. Lindsay rejected Christianity, and his art depicts Bohemianism and Arcadian pantheism madly admixed in a fantasy world. As early as 1904 his work was labelled blasphemous and deemed obscene. His frank renditions of female nudity and depictions of cavorting bacchanalia both scandalized and fascinated the conservative milieu and Australian bourgeoisie of his time. In 1930 his novel ‘Redheap’ was banned and the following year the police proceeded against an issue of Art and Australia that showcased his drawings. His enduring art, work and philosophical legacy remain popular with the art world, collectors and the general public alike. Rose Lindsay modelled for the back of the main figure. Seventeen original etchings are pure drypoint and included in this list are Light Lyrics, The Eighties, Delight, Decoy, Juno, The Pool (1924) and Summer. The original drypoint was etched in 1926 in an edition of 38. Reference: Norman Lindsay Etchings: Catalogue Raisonné (Odana Editions and Josef Lebovic Gallery, 2006, cat.283) Subject to being in stock, order online here and now for prompt dispatch and ( where applicable ) delivery throughout Australia, including Melbourne, Adelaide, Perth, Darwin, Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra, Hobart, the Gold Coast and Brisbane! Thank you for viewing our Norman Lindsay "Frolic".


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