Grace Joel

Study of a Young Girl, half length nude

Study of a Young Girl, half length nude by Grace Joel

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Grace Joel was one of the earliest New Zealand woman painters to gain an international reputation. Like Frances Hodgkins, she was trained by Girolamo Nerli in Dunedin and she studied at the National Gallery School in Melbourne. In 1901 she enrolled at the Academy Julian in Paris and later set up a painting studio in London. Her paintings gained much favour and she showed at the Royal Academy, Scottish Academy and Paris Salon. Her paintings of women and girls are amongst her most distinguished work.

Title
Study of a Young Girl, half length nude
Artist/creator
Production date
circa 1895-1900
Medium
charcoal on paper
Size (h x w)
600 x 410 mm
Credit line
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, gift of Hartley Joel, 2014
Accession no
2014/5/3
Other ID
L2010/8 Old Accession Number
Copyright
Copyright Expired
Department
New Zealand Art
Display status
Not on display

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