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Self Portrait etching by Joseph Christian Goodhart

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Goodhart - Self-Portrait


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Australian early 20th century self-portrait by JC Goodhart.


Signed in pencil below the image. Joseph Goodhart was a painter, pastellist, and etcher. He had no formal training as an artist but was a draper by trade. He worked in oils, watercolours and pastels until he was 50 when he took up etching, resulting from a meeting with the artist and etcher John Goodchild. Goodhart set up his first press within his fitting shop in Broken Hill. A large number of his works depict mining life around Broken Hill, New South Wales, between the 1920s and early 1930s. He is also known for a series of prints recording historical landmarks of Tasmania. Some very light foxing in margins.

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artist Joseph Christian Goodhart (1873-1952)
method Aquatint
date C1920
size 150mm by 120mm (platemark)
SKU ET5556