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Artwork - Southesk / by Joy Stewart, circa 1978

From the Collection of Kew Historical Society Inc Level 1, Kew Court House 188 High Street Kew Victoria

Description
Watercolour, Pen & Ink on Paper by the artist and local historian Joy Stewart of 'Southesk' (demolished), Cotham Road, Kew.
Object Registration
1980.0013
Keywords
southesk, ordsall
Historical information
Southesk was demolished in 1960.
When Made
c.1978
Significance
Joy Stewart was born in Melbourne 1925. She studied at Swinburne Technical College Art School from 1941-1945, then the National Gallery Art School 1946-1948. Her career included employment positions as a display artist, designer/painter, gallery assistant, and art teacher. Joy relocated to Cairns in 1981. Solo exhibitions in Melbourne and Cairns, including 'Done By Me' at Cairns Regional Gallery in 1999. Group exhibitions at Cairns Regional Gallery, 'The Fish John West Regrets, 1993' and 'Facets of Life' 1994.
Inscriptions & Markings
Inscription: "Southesk." Signed lower right: "JStewart"
Last updated
3 Mar 2017 at 10:12AM