Allan Gamble 'Suite of six lithographs of Queen Victoria Building'

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A jack of all trades, Allan Gamble was an architect, artist, gallery director, printmaker, and teacher. Alongside these passions, Gamble was a passionate Sydneysider, with a particular interest in Mosman and its development. Constructed between 1893 and 1898 in the Romanesque revival style, the Queen Victoria Building is an landmark of the area. 

In 1986 around the centenary of its construction, Gamble created a series of six lithographs of the Queen Victoria Building, giving a fine rendition of the facade of this Sydney landmark. These prints would suit collectors of architectural prints, people who admire this gracious old building, or those with fond memories of its famous Tea Room and many restaurants.


Six monochrome lithographs with title page in presentation box. Each sheet 66 x 51cm. Edition 24/35, each signed, dated and numbered below image.
1. Corner elevation of facade, QVB, 1986
2. Facade with stained glass window, QVB, 1986
3. Interior with balustrading, QVB, 1986
4. Arches and spiral staircase, QVB, 1986
5. Grand dome of the Queen Victoria Building, 1986
6. Facade with grand dome and cupolas, QVB. 1986


Allan GAMBLE (1907 - 2001)
'Suite of six lithographs of Queen Victoria Building' 1986
lithograph on paper
Edition of 35
Image Size: 54 x 42 cm
Dimensions: 68 x 53 x 2 cm
Signed: Signed 'Allan Gamble', numbered and dated in margin
Comes with Letter of Provenance

Condition: Excellent

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