‘Women and Billabong’, Sir Sidney Nolan, 1957 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Women and Billabong’, Sir Sidney Nolan, 1957 In 1947-48 Nolan executed a series of paintings inspired by the story of Eliza Fraser. He returned to the theme in 1957, completing 31 paintings including this work and 'In the Cave' (also shown in this room). In the 1860s Eliza Fraser and her husband were shipwrecked on an island off the coast of Queensland. After her husband was murdered by aborigines, Mrs Fraser lived among them. They fed her but stripped her. She was rescued…
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First Class Marksman, one of Sidney Nolan's paintings from his first 1946 Ned Kelly series, sold for $5.4 million, including buyer's premium, through Menzies Art Brands in March 2010.
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Escaped convict, 1962 by Sidney Nolan
'Escaped convict' is part of a second series based on the legend of Mrs Fraser, which had captivated Nolan following his first visit to Fraser Island, Queensland in 1947. In the legend, the brig 'Stirling Castle' ran aground off Great ...
Review: ‘Sidney Nolan: Drought Photographs’ at Australian Galleries, Melbourne
Exhibition dates: 3rd March – 27th March 2011 Sidney Nolan (Australian, 1917-1992) Untitled (desiccated horse carcass sitting up) 1952 Archival inkjet print 23.0 cm x 23.0 cm &n…