Frances Hodgkins: Paintings and Drawings

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LIST OF COLOUR PLATES
PLATE 1
the Girl with the Flaxen Hair, 1893
Watercolour, 485 x 381mm
Museum of New Zealand, Te Papa Tongarewa
PLATE 2
Mountain Scene, 1897
Watercolour, 191 x 315mm
Hocken Library, Dunedin
PLATE 3
Orange Sellers, Tangier, 1903
Watercolour, 510 x 395mm
Theomin Gallery, Olveston, Dunedin
PLATE 4
Ayesha, 1904
Watercolour, 750 x 495mm
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
PLATE 5
Red Sails, 1906
Watercolour, 686 x 448mm
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
PLATE 6
The Window Seat, 1907
Watercolour, 645 x 515mm
Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
PLATE 7
The Bridge, c. 1907
Watercolour, 410 x 475mm
Private collection
PLATE 8
Dordrecht, c. 1908
Watercolour, 680 x 455mm
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
PLATE 9
Summer, c. 1912
Watercolour & charcoal, 586 x 498mm
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
PLATE 10
At the Window, c. 1912
Watercolour, 653 x 628mm
Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide
PLATE 11
Loveday and Anne, 1916
Oil on canvas, 670 x 670mm
Tate Gallery, London
PLATE 12
Mr and Mrs Moffat Lindner and Hope, 1916
Tempera on linen, 2000 x 1022mm
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
PLATE 13
Belgian Refugees, c. 1916
Oil & tempera on canvas, 710 x 800mm
Robert McDougall Art Gallery, Christchurch
PLATE 14
Threshing Scene, c. 1919
Watercolour, 535 x 688mm
Private collection, Auckland
PLATE 15
Three Children, c. 1923-24
Oil on canvas, 560 x 660mm
Private collection, Auckland
PLATE 16
The Red Cockerel, 1924
Oil on canvas, 707 x 914mm
Dunedin Public Art Gallery
PLATE 17
Double Portrait, c. 1922-25
Oil on canvas, 610 x 770mm
Hocken Library, Dunedin
PLATE 18
Lancashire Family, c. 1927
Oil on canvas, 685 x 705mm
Auckland City Art Gallery
PLATE 19
Lancashire Children, c. 1927
Oil on canvas, 740 x 610mm
Private collection
PLATE 20
The Bridesmaids, 1930
Oil on canvas, 737 x 597mm
Auckland City Art Gallery
PLATE 21
The White House, c. 1930

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1869-1913 7
  • 1914-1930 30
  • 1931-1947 Elizabeth Eastmond 53
  • Colour Plates 87
  • Chronology 168
  • Exhibitions 172
  • Bibliography 175
  • List of Colour Plates 178
  • List of Figures 180
  • Index 183
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