Historical information

Annie Jessup was an artist. The youngest daughter of the well-known Australian self-taught painter, Alfred William Eustace, Annie also created oil landscape paintings on gum leaves. Her older brother Sidney presented one of her paintings to the Chiltern Athenaeum together with his own timber collection.

Physical description

Handmade Christmas card, displayed in parts, including artwork and wording by Annie Jessup, c. 1900s. A small oil painting of cattle and an old building, with forest and hill in the background is attached to a Christmas card and displayed in the centre of the frame. Pink ribbon is attached on the left side of the card. Signature underneath painting: By A Jessup. Handwritten verse is displayed above the painting and Annie's handwritten greeting displayed below the painting.

Mounting & framing

Sticker on back:<br/>Albury Picture Framers<br/>Shop 15 & 16<br/>AMP Lane,<br/>Albury, 2640<br/>Ph: 02 6021 7088<br/><br/>Conservation Board label on back regarding Rag Mat:<br/>Crescent Museum Grade<br/>Dated 28 Aug 1998