Acrylic Paint on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.
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H 122cm x W 91cm x D 4cm
Acrylic on canvas
An abstract aerial representation of the inner city suburb of Norwood, centred on a street named after Adelaide's first colonial treasurer – Osmond Gilles
Gilles migrated to the new Australian colony on HMS Buffalo in 1836 accompanied by his ward Emily Blunden (referred to as Blundell on the passenger list), sister of Dr John Blunden, and acted as the Colonial Treasurer. He was a prominent businessman and land owner, with the largest holdings of any settler in 1837. He was, with his secretary William Finke, and a few others, the fortunate ticket-holder in the ballot for the purchase of city acres at Glenelg, of which he took full advantage. He sat on the Street Naming Committee on 23 May, 1837. Osmond Terrace Norwood is one of many places in Adelaide named after Osmond Gilles.
With painted edges and gloss varnish
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Acrylic on Canvas
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Stretched and ready to hang
This artwork is currently stretched and ready to hang.