"The Old Banksia Tree" in 1939 by Margaret Preston. Relief woodcut, printed in black ink, from one block; hand-coloured

"The Old Banksia Tree" in 1939 by Margaret Preston. Relief woodcut, printed in black ink, from one block; hand-coloured

Margaret Preston 'Rocks in Roper River Valley N.T.' 1953 colour stencil Collection of the National Gallery of Australia © Margaret Preston. Licensed by VISCOPY, Australia

Margaret Preston 'Rocks in Roper River Valley N.T.' 1953 colour stencil Collection of the National Gallery of Australia © Margaret Preston. Licensed by VISCOPY, Australia

Margaret Preston, Banksia tree at Berowra. Australian artist.

Margaret Preston, Banksia tree at Berowra. Australian artist.

One of my favourite artworks, reminds me of my gran - Margaret Preston : Pink Jug : 1925

One of my favourite artworks, reminds me of my gran - Margaret Preston : Pink Jug : 1925


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Margaret Preston -   Sydney Bridge c1932 (detail) Art Gallery of New South Wales, purchased 1964

Margaret Preston - Sydney Bridge c1932 (detail) Art Gallery of New South Wales, purchased 1964

Western Australian Gum Blossom, 1928 | Margaret Preston | Fine art prints | The Store by Fairfax

Western Australian Gum Blossom, 1928 | Margaret Preston | Fine art prints | The Store by Fairfax

Margaret Preston was a prominent and vocal figure within the contemporary art world of 1920s Australia and contributed significantly to the development of an Australian tradition of relief printmaking. Margaret Preston, Stenocarpus - wheel flower c. 1929, hand-coloured woodcut on brown hand-made paper, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Purchased, 1979, © Margaret Preston/Licensed by VISCOPY, Sydney.

Margaret Preston was a prominent and vocal figure within the contemporary art world of 1920s Australia and contributed significantly to the development of an Australian tradition of relief printmaking. Margaret Preston, Stenocarpus - wheel flower c. 1929, hand-coloured woodcut on brown hand-made paper, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Purchased, 1979, © Margaret Preston/Licensed by VISCOPY, Sydney.

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