Australian Landscape with Trees 1926, Marjorie Woolcock (1898-1965)


An atmospheric study of trees, by Australian female artist Marjorie Woolcock (1898-1965).

Born in Melbourne, she studied at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and the George Bell School. A painter, sculptor and print maker, she was a founding member of the Victorian Artists Society and the Melbourne Society of Women Artists.

Her work is held in the collections of  the National Gallery of Australia, National Gallery Victoria and Geelong Gallery.

Oil on board, signed and dated lower right,  M Woolcock 1926.

The painting itself has been professionally cleaned and sits in its original gold wood & gesso frame (the frame has some losses and patina).

Measures including frame: 44cm high, 36cm wide, 4.5cm deep



Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 45 × 5 × 40 cm

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