Myth Rider, 1958
This limited-edition giclée print is part of a collection of 12 works that have been produced in collaboration with the Sidney Nolan Trust to celebrate Sidney Nolan’s centenary. Each work is printed using the highest quality inks on archival quality paper, allowing a life of more than 100 years if cared for properly. It is accompanied by a certificate signed by the Director of the Sidney Nolan Trust and Editors of The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, and The Canberra Times.
Image credit: Private Collection / Photo © Agnew's, London / Bridgeman Images
Small: 31cm x 21cm
Medium: 44cm x 29cm
Large: 56cm x 38cm
Box frames are sourced from sustainable plantation timber
Frame dimensions are 20mm face and 37mm depth
Available in Classic White, Matte Black, Tasmanian Oak and Dark Timber
2mm clear acrylic with 80% UV protection rating
Artworks are mounted to acid-free foam core
Artworks are set to the rear of the frame with a 20mm space to the acrylic
The high quality of the paper and inks should ensure a life of more than 100 years if cared for properly.
A museum-quality, smooth cotton high white is used. It is 315 gsm with 100% cotton linters and a silky smooth matte surface.
It is acid and lignin free with an excellent colour gamut.
The surface has a special matte coating, designed for high-quality fine art and photographic reproduction.
Images are printed with archival quality Ultrachrome pigment-based K3 inks onto smooth fine art paper.
The term 'giclée print' (pronounced zhee-clay) refers to an elevation in printmaking technology.
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Vision Image Lab, our professional printing partner, also arranges framing and delivery. You can contact it directly regarding any delivery enquiries regarding this print.
Contact: (02) 9319 3300
SIDNEY NOLAN, OM, AC, KB, RA
Of Irish origin, Sidney Nolan was born in Melbourne, Australia on 22 April 1917. During his lifetime, he became recognised as one of the foremost international modern artists.
In his youth during the 1940s, Nolan painted his famous series of paintings inspired by the life of the outlaw Ned Kelly. At this time, he was one of a group of painters in Australia who became known as the Angry Penguins. Before setting out for England, he travelled throughout Australia, working on several remarkable sequences of paintings, the most notable of which depicts the landscape of the interior.
Nolan’s passion for travel took him beyond Europe to Africa, China and Antarctica. However, Nolan’s affection for Australia and sense of his Australian nationality was strong, and he was drawn to return for at least a few months every year.
Nolan’s work is widely represented in the state galleries of Australia and regional art galleries in the UK, as well as at the Tate Gallery in London, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Pittsburgh Museum of Art and the Irish Museum of Modern Art. The Australian government honoured Nolan with a gallery in Canberra, which bears his name and to which he donated paintings now displayed as a permanent exhibition.
Sidney Nolan was knighted in 1981 and awarded the Order of Merit in 1983. He was made a Companion of the Order of Australia, elected an honorary member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and a member of The Royal Academy of Arts. He died in London on 28 November 1992.
The Sidney Nolan Trust was established at The Rodd near Presteigne in 1985, fulfilling Sidney Nolan’s long-held plans to create a place in a rural setting for his own paintings and for music; plans that had been inspired by his visits to his friend Benjamin Britten’s foundation at The Maltings in Suffolk. Nolan purchased Rodd Farm, the land surrounding The Rodd, in order to preserve the setting for his Trust and to enable the Trust to care for a precious piece of land for which he had developed a passion and great respect.
The Trustees of the Sidney Nolan Trust are determined that, while striving to encourage artistic endeavour of the very highest international standard at The Rodd, they continue to reflect Sidney Nolan’s vision for this ancient place, his wide-ranging passion for all aspects of creative artistic activity and his enduring concern and care for the natural environment. They hope that these guiding principles will serve to inspire all who visit The Rodd, no matter their background, culture or age.
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|Delivery within Australia||Delivery time||Price|
|Standard delivery||Up to four weeks||FREE|
|International delivery||Delivery time||Price|
|New Zealand||Up to five weeks||
1 x print $30
2 x prints $30
3 x prints $60
4 x prints $60
Plus $30 for every 1–2 prints thereafter
|Rest of world||Up to five weeks||
1 x print $45
2 x prints $45
3 x prints $90
4 x prints $90
Plus $45 for every 1–2 prints thereafter
Small: 31cm x 21cm
Medium: 44cm x 29cm
Large: 56cm x 38cm
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