Beatrice DARBYSHIRE | The road to Balingup.

Australia 1901 – 1988
Europe 1924-27

The road to Balingup. c.1933
undesignated impression , published state
edition of 50 projected
Signed lower left below image in pencil, 'B.D. Darbyshire'. Not dated. Titled lower left below omage in pencil, 'The Road to Balingup'.
image 29.0 (h) x 25.4 (w) cm
Gift of the artist 1983
National Gallery of Australia, Canberra
NGA 1983.3328

From 1913 Beatrice Darbyshire studied etching in Perth with Henri van Raalte, producing her first drypoint in 1919 and from 1924–27 in London at the Royal College of Art. Beatrice Darbyshire was interested in the landscape around the Balingup – Nannup Road, in the South West. This road led to ‘Dudinalup’, the home of a family friend.

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