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A9262 Accessories (15), womens costume, painted kid leather and other materials, Lucie Dalgarno, Australia, 1925-1945. Click to enlarge.

Accessories by Lucie Dalgarno

Made
Lucie Gertrude Dalgarno (1874-1945) was a prolific artist and designer. Often known as Gertie, she had a passion for brilliant colour and created many new techniques in her work that reflected the ideals of the Arts and Crafts movement of the late 19th century. When her husband, Charles Robert Dalgarno died in 1912 she had four young children to support. She went to work at Ward's in York Street, Sydney, embroidering her designs onto garments. In 1916 she joined the Society of Arts and Crafts …

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Summary

Object No.

A9262

Object Statement

Accessories (15), womens costume, painted kid leather and other materials, Lucie Dalgarno, Australia, 1925-1945

Physical Description

Accessories (15), women's costume, painted kid leather and other materials, Lucie Dalgarno, Australia, 1925-1945

Production

Notes

Lucie used photographic inks to colour the leather she used for these pieces. Janet McCredie watched her grandmother do this painting as a child. (Lindie Ward 24th Dec 2008)

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Jean Taylor, 1983

Acquisition Date

26 July 1983

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Accessories by Lucie Dalgarno 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 14 May 2021, <https://ma.as/203550>

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