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Lionel Lindsay was the brother of famed artist Norman Lindsay and former director of the National Gallery of Victoria, Daryl Lindsay. He was a self-taught etcher and engraver, building a reputation for, among other subjects, images of Spain. Fluent in Spanish, Lindsay spent extended time in Spain, recorded in the book ‘Lionel Lindsay in Spain: an antipodean abroad’ (2003) by Colin Holden. ‘The Vaquero’, Spanish for the cattle herder, is a vestige from this experience. A man and his goats look on at two bulls, a cowboy in chase. Represented at the National Gallery of Victoria and the National Gallery of Australia, ‘Muleteers’ is a museum quality work – a reminder of European adventures and the rich history of Australian printmaking.
Lionel LINDSAY (1874 - 1961)'The Vaquero' 1923etching on paperEdition of 50Image Size: 11 x 17 cm Dimensions: 40 x 30 x 1 cm Signed: Signed, titled and numbered in margin in pencil in marginComes with Letter of ProvenanceImpressions of this work are represented at: The National Gallery of Australia: 83.431 National Gallery of Victoria, accession number: 3602-3Maitland City Council, accession number 2017.356
Condition: Very Good. This work of art is mounted and ready to frame
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