Rosalie Gascoigne: Creating a new natural order

By Sasha Grishin
November 29 2019 - 1:00pm
Feathered Chairs, 1978, by Rosalie Gascoigne. Picture: Supplied

Rosalie Gascoigne (1917-1999) was a remarkable and unusual sort of artist. While basically a self-taught non-conformist, in many other ways she was an establishment artist - backed by some of the key players in the Australian art scene, including James Mollison, Daniel Thomas and James Gleeson and featured in key exhibitions such as the Venice Biennale and major shows in institutional, national and state public art galleries in Australia.

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