['Rose' coloured dress worn by Rosemary Dobson Bolton for the portrait painted by Norman Lindsay, 1950] [realia] / H. Evans & Co., Rowe Street, Sydney. [between 1940 and 1950]

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H. Evans & Co. ['Rose' coloured dress worn by Rosemary Dobson Bolton for the portrait painted by Norman Lindsay, 1950] [realia] / H. Evans & Co., Rowe Street, Sydney.

['Rose' coloured dress worn by Rosemary Dobson Bolton for the portrait painted by Norman Lindsay, 1950] [realia] / H. Evans & Co., Rowe Street, Sydney. [between 1940 and 1950]

This dress is of a bright pink, silky material (possibly silk taffeta) with a fitted bodice and full skirt. The bodice is composed of appliqued petal-like pieces.

1 rose coloured dress ; 1400 x 1125 x 11 cm.

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H. Evans & Co.

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Lindsay, Norman, 1879-1969

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Australian author and artist. From the description of Papers [manuscript]. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225766992 William Elliot Johnson was speaker of the House of Representatives, 1913-1914 and 1917-1923 and a member of Parliament from 1903-1928. From the description of Letter to Sir Elliot Johnson [manuscript]. 1920. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 223048329 Artist, author, born Victoria. Worked for some time with Bulletin and...

Dobson, Rosemary

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Australian poet and author. Dobson has received the Sydney Morning Herald award for poetry, 1948 (The ship of ice); FAW Christopher Brennan Award, 1978; Robert Frost Prize, 1979; Senior Fellowship, Literature Board of the Australia Council, 1980; Patrick White Award, 1984; Grace Leven Poetry Prize, 1984 (The three fates); Victorian Premier's Literary Award, 1985 (The three fates); Emeritus Fellowship, Literature Board of the Australia Council, 1996. Dobson was made an Officer of the Order of Aus...