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A4256 Model, Indian temple, opal / glass / wood, made by George Cormack, New South Wales, Australia, 1945-1950. Click to enlarge.

Model of an Indian temple made of opals, created by George Cormack

Made
Model, Indian temple, opal / glass / wood, made by George Cormack, New South Wales, Australia, 1945-1950

Miniature model of an Indian temple, displayed on a turned wooden plinth under a glass dome.

Summary

Object No.

A4256

Object Statement

Model, Indian temple, opal / glass / wood, made by George Cormack, New South Wales, Australia, 1945-1950

Physical Description

Model, Indian temple, opal / glass / wood, made by George Cormack, New South Wales, Australia, 1945-1950

Miniature model of an Indian temple, displayed on a turned wooden plinth under a glass dome.

Dimensions

Height

200 mm

Width

215 mm

Depth

215 mm

Production

Notes

The temple was made by George Cormack in New South Wales, Australia between 1945 and 1950

History

Notes

George Cormack exhibited the temple in an exhibition at Percy Marks. He was born in Scotland and migrated to Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia. (This information was provided by a relative who visited the museum in 2007)

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Mr G Cormack, 1950

Acquisition Date

10 July 1950

Cite this Object

Harvard

Model of an Indian temple made of opals, created by George Cormack 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 8 August 2022, <https://ma.as/180377>

Wikipedia

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