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92/191-19/56 Photograph, black and white silver gelatin print, view from Dahl and Geoffrey Colling's house overlooking Middle Harbour, architects Baldwinson and Booth, photographed by Max Dupain, Castlecrag, New South Wales, 1953. Click to enlarge.

Photograph of Dahl & Geoffrey Collings' house at Castlecrag by Max Dupain

Photographed
Max Dupain (1911-1992) took a series of photographs which document Athur Baldwinson's modern homes for modern artists.

Photographer Max Dupain and architect Arthur Baldwinson were among the artists, designers and photographers collaborating to introduce a new international modernist aesthetic to Australia in the immediate pre- and post-WWII period.

Baldwinson designed numerous homes (often in bushland settings) for these leading Australian modernists whom he met through the Contemporary Art …

Summary

Object No.

92/191-19/56

Object Statement

Photograph, black and white silver gelatin print, view from Dahl and Geoffrey Colling's house overlooking Middle Harbour, architects Baldwinson and Booth, photographed by Max Dupain, Castlecrag, New South Wales, 1953

Physical Description

Black and white photograph featuring view overlooking Middle Harbour, from Dahl and Geoffrey Colling's house at 278A Edinburgh Road, Castlecrag in 1953.

Dimensions

Height

252 mm

Width

206 mm

History

Used

  • 1953

Notes

Article in The Sun-Herald's Women's Section, 27 December 1953 p.41 at 92/191-20/14.

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photograph of Dahl & Geoffrey Collings' house at Castlecrag by Max Dupain 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 20 September 2021, <https://ma.as/360553>

Wikipedia

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