Mrs Linda Fink (checked with Elly Fink - email nov 2004)
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The Doom of Hellas, c. 1925
watercolour on paper
74.50 x 109.00
signed 'Blamire Young' l.r.
Fine Art Society, Melbourne, April-May 1929, 250 gns (the highest price in the show);
Fine Art Society, Posthumous Exhibition, Melbourne, March 1935
the Age, May 1929, author not listed, " ... a classic composition in which the dominant colour note is the deep blue of the sky filling the spaces between massive Corinthian pillars ...";
the Sun, 1 May 1929 (George Bell);
the Herald, 28 April 1929 (R.H. Croll) "... sombre purples ... towering storm-scarred pillars ... this impressive presentiment of the material ruin of Greek civilization, combined with the suggestion of its spiritual indestructibility ..." quoted from MS letter from Elly Fink to Mrs Fink, 20-3-73.
Since its establishment in 1984, the Charles Nodrum Gallery’s exhibition program embraces a diversity of media and styles - from painting, sculpture & works on paper to graphics and photography; from figurative, geometric, gestural, surrealist & social comment to installation & conceptually based work.