Camp at Casey Range

Maker
Fred Elliott
Production date
1997
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Production date
1997
Description
Photolithograph depicting the Camp at Casey Range, in Antarctica. The image shows two figures with a vehicle and tent in the lower right, before a vast range in the upper half of the image. The work is editioned, titled and signed in pencil by the artist.

This print is part of the series "Antarctica in black and white: A portfolio of 24 photo-lithographs" made of pen and ink drawings by Fred Elliott. They are based on photographs that the artist took during the Australian Antarctic Research Expedition (ANARE) to Heard Island in 1953 and Mawson in 1955 and 1958. The portfolio of 24 photolithographs is an edition of 40, plus a lettered edition of 50 and two workshop proofs. They were printed in 1997 by the Australian Print Workshop.
Artist/Maker and role
Fred Elliott: Artist
Secondary maker
Media/Materials description
photolithograph, printed in black ink, from one stone
Measurements
13.4 x 21.3 cm (irreg.) (image), 18.4 x 23.9 cm (sight), 46.0 x 50.6 x 1.3 cm (frame)
Signature & date
Inscribed in graphite in lower left corner below image "ii/I CAMP AT CASEY RANGE". Signed in graphite in lower right corner below image "FWELLIOTT".
Framers label on reverse of frame in lower centre "McNaught Framing/ Tel: 03 9707 3211/ Fax: 03 9707 5100"
Photography credit (first image)
Photograph: Viki Petherbridge
System ID
1300

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