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        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961), untitled figures in landscape, watercolour, signed lower centre left "E.W. SYME", 25 x 31cm, 52 x 59cm overall
          Nov. 19, 2023

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961), untitled figures in landscape, watercolour, signed lower centre left "E.W. SYME", 25 x 31cm, 52 x 59cm overall

          Est: $1,500 - $2,500

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961), untitled figures in landscape, watercolour, signed lower centre left "E.W. SYME", 25 x 31cm, 52 x 59cm overall

          Leski Auctions Pty Ltd
        • EVELINE SYME, SEATED WOMAN,
          Oct. 10, 2023

          EVELINE SYME, SEATED WOMAN,

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) SEATED WOMAN pencil on paper 48.0 x 37.0 cm (sheet) 84.0 x 63.0 cm (frame) signed lower left: E.W.SYME. PROVENANCE Kozminsky Galleries, Melbourne (label attached verso) Private collection, Melbourne © Courtesy of the artist's estate This work is located in our Melbourne Gallery

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • EVELINE SYME, THE DUOMO STEPS, SIENA, 1931
          Oct. 10, 2023

          EVELINE SYME, THE DUOMO STEPS, SIENA, 1931

          Est: $10,000 - $15,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) THE DUOMO STEPS, SIENA, 1931 colour linocut 29.5 x 22.5 cm (sheet) 46.5 x 38.5 cm (frame) edition: 6/25 signed, dated, numbered and inscribed with title below image PROVENANCE The Estate of Barbara Norris  Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITED Spowers and Syme, Canberra Museum and Art Gallery in association with the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 13 August 2021 – 12 February 2022 (another example) LITERATURE Noordhuis – Fairfax, S. (ed.), Spowers and Syme, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2021, pp. 77 (illus., another example), 93 RELATED WORK Another example of this print is held in the collection of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra © Courtesy of the artist's estate This work is located in our Melbourne Gallery

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • SYME Eveline (1888-1961), Seated Nude, Oil on Canvas, 49.5x39cm
          Oct. 08, 2023

          SYME Eveline (1888-1961), Seated Nude, Oil on Canvas, 49.5x39cm

          Est: $1,500 - $3,000

          SYME, Eveline (1888-1961) Seated Nude No signature apparent, but stamped verso. Oil on Canvas 49.5x39cm PROVENANCE: Deutscher-Menzies, 13th September 2006 (lot 358)

          Davidson Auctions
        • EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Barwon Heads watercolour and ink on paper 25 x 32cm
          Sep. 18, 2023

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Barwon Heads watercolour and ink on paper 25 x 32cm

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Barwon Heads watercolour and ink on paper signed lower left: E.W.SYME. 25 x 32cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME - "Skating"
          May. 18, 2023

          EVELINE SYME - "Skating"

          Est: $200 - $400

          EVELINE SYME "Skating" Decorative Print. Image: 20cm x 26cm, Frame: 41cm x 44cm

          Ozbid Auctions
        • EVELINE SYME, BAYSIDE STILL LIFE WITH PINEAPPLE,
          May. 03, 2023

          EVELINE SYME, BAYSIDE STILL LIFE WITH PINEAPPLE,

          Est: $15,000 - $20,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) BAYSIDE STILL LIFE WITH PINEAPPLE oil on canvas 41.5 x 21.0 cm signed lower left: E W SYME PROVENANCE Private collection E. J. Ainger Pty. Ltd., Melbourne, 6 December 2015, lot 628 (as ‘Still Life Table Setting’) Private collection, Melbourne © Courtesy of the artist's estate

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • Eveline Syme (1881-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise, c.1920
          Apr. 04, 2023

          Eveline Syme (1881-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise, c.1920

          Est: $1,800 - $2,500

          Eveline Syme (1881-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise, c.1920 titled, numbered, signed below plate: 'The Castle Chapel, Amboise 13/50 EW Syme' linocut in black ink 10.5 x 14.0cm (4 1/8 x 5 1/2in).

          Bonhams
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961), The Castle Chapel, Amboise c1923
          Mar. 29, 2023

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961), The Castle Chapel, Amboise c1923

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise c1923 ink and watercolour on paper 29.0 x 20.0 cm signed lower left: E.W. SYME.

          Menzies
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Grazing Sheep c.1950 ink and watercolour on paper
          Oct. 04, 2022

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Grazing Sheep c.1950 ink and watercolour on paper

          Est: $1,200 - $1,800

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Grazing Sheep c.1950 ink and watercolour on paper artist's name stamped lower right: E.WSYME 23.5 x 34.5cm PROVENANCE: The Estate of Anne Montgomery Bridget McDonnell Gallery, Melbourne (label verso) Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITIONS: Eveline Syme and Melbourne's French Connection, Jim Alexander Gallery, Melbourne, 1988, cat. no. 53

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME, TUSCAN LANDSCAPE (VERSO: SIENA), C.1930
          Jul. 27, 2022

          EVELINE SYME, TUSCAN LANDSCAPE (VERSO: SIENA), C.1930

          Est: $20,000 - $30,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) TUSCAN LANDSCAPE (VERSO: SIENA), c.1930 oil on canvas 52.0 x 66.5 cm signed lower left: E. W SYME PROVENANCE The Estate of the Artist, Melbourne Jim Alexander Gallery, Melbourne Joseph Brown Gallery, Melbourne, acquired from the above in 1991 The Cbus Collection of Australian Art, Melbourne, acquired from the above on 27 February 1991 EXHIBITED Morning, Noon and Night, Latrobe Regional Gallery, Victoria, 13 July - 13 October 2019 on long term loan to Latrobe Regional Gallery, Victoria LITERATURE Nainby, B., Stanhope, Z., and Furlonger, K., The Cbus Collection of Australian Art, in association with Latrobe Regional Gallery, Melbourne, 2009, pp. 15, 48 (illus.), 232 (as ‘Landscape and orchard’) RELATED WORK Tuscan Landscape, c. 1930, oil on canvas, in the collection of University College, University of Melbourne, Melbourne ESSAY Well-heeled, well-travelled and well connected to influential members of avant-garde art in London and Paris, Australian artist Eveline Syme held a key position in the development and dissemination of Modernist art in the Antipodes. Alongside her life-long friend and artistic peer Ethel Spowers, Syme travelled to Europe to broaden and continue her education. In 1922 they studied at La Grande Chaumière in Paris under Symbolist painter Maurice Denis, followed by a period of at the Grosvenor School of Art led by eccentric British printmaker Claude Flight and finally, Syme alone returned to studies in Paris October 1929 at the school of Cubist French painters André Lhote and Albert Gleizes. While Spowers came home to Melbourne in the winter of 1929, Eveline Syme travelled on alone through Italy and Belgium, before returning herself in April 1930.  Having read Classics at Cambridge and most likely been exposed to Cyril Power’s medieval modernist illustrations, Eveline Syme had an interest in classical architecture and appreciation for history that is reflected in the works that she created during her travels.1 Staying for a brief period in the medieval Italian town of Siena, Syme found a significant source of artistic inspiration in its architecture and the rolling Tuscan hills of the surrounding countryside. In addition to several watercolours and oil paintings, Syme produced six linocuts of various Tuscan scenes, examples of which are held in many state and national galleries. Tuscan Landscape, c.1930 is an exceptional double-sided painting, with striking similarities to the compositions of key linocuts: The Outskirts of Siena, 1930 – 31 and The Lily Tower, Siena, 1930. The Sienese cityscape verso bears the narrow vertical composition and restricted four-tone colour palette that would form the basis of The Lily Tower.  Within this highly stylised pastoral scene, Syme has created in Tuscan Landscape an energetic and modern aesthetic by incorporating elements from her Symbolist, Cubist and Futurist studies. Like her Grosvenor School peer, Adelaidean Dorrit Black, Syme was very receptive to Lhote’s insistence on traditional geometry founded on the section d’or and Jay Hambidge’s system of dynamic symmetry, which was similarly based on classical ratios. Tuscan Landscape is carefully constructed according to the golden points of a rectangle, in which the centre of the picture contains the most concentrated area of patterning. The alternating cadence of tiered diagonal hills, brightly patterned and dotted with flowering fruit trees, endows the idyllic scene with a decorative rhythm. Syme has merged the elements of the pastoral landscape into imbricated planes and populated her scene with jagged forms heavily outlined. The sky above has radiating bands of colour painted with the square end of the brush (a technique also used by Roy de Maistre and Grace Cossington Smith) and is overlaid with whimsical flat-bottomed billowing clouds, which also feature in Syme’s linocuts of the same period. Dorrit Black, Ethel Spowers, and Eveline Syme, shared a social standing and affluence that enabled them to travel abroad to, as scholar and curator Tracey Lock aptly qualified, ‘cultivate their commitment to what was then a radical aesthetic in Australian Art’.2 1. Samuel, G. (ed.), Cutting Edge. Modernist British Printmaking, Bloomsbury, London, 2019, p.50 and Coppel, S., 'Syme, Eveline Winifred (1888–1961)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, Australian National University, https://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/syme-eveline-winifred-11814/text21139, accessed online 2 June 2022 2. Lock, T., cited in Samuel G., ibid, p. 68   LUCIE REEVES-SMITH  © Courtesy of the artist  's estate

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • EVELINE SYME, MELBOURNE FROM ST KILDA ROAD (LOOKING NORTH ACROSS PRINCES BRIDGE),
          May. 04, 2022

          EVELINE SYME, MELBOURNE FROM ST KILDA ROAD (LOOKING NORTH ACROSS PRINCES BRIDGE),

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) MELBOURNE FROM ST KILDA ROAD (LOOKING NORTH ACROSS PRINCES BRIDGE) watercolour on paper on card 20.0 x 30.0 cm (sheet) signed with initials lower right: E.W.S. PROVENANCE The Board and Management of CUSCAL, Sydney The National Australia Bank Art Collection, a gift from the above to commemorate the bank's 150th anniversary and 30 years as partners, 20 May 2008 © Courtesy of the artist's estate

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • EVELINE SYME, SKATING, 1929
          May. 04, 2022

          EVELINE SYME, SKATING, 1929

          Est: $20,000 - $30,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) SKATING, 1929 colour linocut 12.0 x 15.5 cm (image) 16.0 x 18.0 cm (sheet) edition: 9/50 signed lower right: EW Syme. inscribed with title and edition lower left: Skating. 9/50 bears inscription lower right edge of sheet: SKATING PROVENANCE Isabel Hunter Tweddle, Melbourne Thence by descent Bill McKay, Melbourne EXHIBITED Water Colours and Lino-Cuts by E. W. Syme, Everyman's Lending Library, Melbourne, 18 August – 1 September 1931, cat. 24 (another example) British Lino-Cuts 1931 (Third Exhibition of British Lino–Cuts), Redfern Gallery, London, August 1931, cat. 22 (another example) Exhibition of Progressive Art, Modern Art Centre, Sydney, March 1932, cat. 38 (another example) Linocuts and Wood Engravings by E.W. Syme, Arts and Crafts Society's Gallery, Melbourne, 5 – 16 May 1936, cat. 10 (another example) Important Women Artists, Jim Alexander Gallery, Melbourne, August 1977 (another example) Survey of Australian Relief Prints 1900 – 1950, Deutscher Galleries, Melbourne, 13 April – 5 May 1978, cat. 175 (another example) Claude Flight and His Followers. The Colour Linocut Movement between the Wars, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 18 April – 12 July 1992, and touring, cat. 93 (another example) Review: Works by Women From The Permanent Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 8 March – 5 June 1995 (another example) Colour, Rhythm, Design – wood & lino cuts of the 20s & 30s, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 12 March – 11 July 2010 (another example) Modern impressions: Australian prints from the collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2 September 2016 – January 2017 (another example) Intrepid Woman: Australian Women Artists in Paris 1900 – 1950, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, 6 January – 25 March 2018 (another example) Becoming Modern: Australian Women Artists 1920 – 1950, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Victoria, 18 May – 4 August 2019 (another example) Spowers and Syme, Canberra Museum and Art Gallery in association with the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 13 August 2021 – 12 February 2022 (another example) LITERATURE Dobson, M., Block–Cutting and Print–Making by Hand, Sir Issac Pitman & Sons Ltd, London, 1930, p. 51 (illus., another example)  Streeton, A., 'Art Exhibitions', Argus, Melbourne, 18 August 1931, p. 8 (another example) Bell, G., '20 Prints by Miss Syme', Sun–News Pictorial, Melbourne, 5 May 1936, p. 15 (another example) Butler, R., and Deutscher, C., A Survey of Australian Relief Prints 1900/1950, Deutscher Galleries, Melbourne, 1978, cat. 175, p. 89 (illus., another example) Butler, R., Melbourne: Woodcuts and Linocuts of the 1920's and 1930's, Gardner Printing & Publishing, Victoria, 1981 (illus., another example) Lebovic, J., Australian Women Printmakers, Sydney, 1988, cat. 108, pp. 2, 14 (illus., another example) Coppel, S., Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School, Scholar Press, Aldershot, England, in association with the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 1995, cat. ESy 4, pp. 68, 180 (illus., another example) Topliss, H., Modernism and Feminism Australian Women Artists 1900 – 1940, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1996, pl. 78, pp. 149 (illus., another example), 152, 196 Hylton, J., Modern Australian women: paintings & prints 1925 – 1945, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 2000, pp. 52 (illus., another example), 56, 126 Butler, R., Printed images by Australian artists 1885 – 1955, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2007, p. 200 (illus., another example) Campbell, H., Colour, Rhythm, Design – wood & lino cuts of the 20s & 30s, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2010, p. 15 (illus., another example) Samuel, G. (ed.), Cutting Edge. Modernist British Printmaking, Bloomsbury, London, 2019, pp. 72, 73 (illus., another example) McLaren, J., and Tegart, L., Becoming Modern: Australian Women Artists 1920 – 1950, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Victoria, 2019, pp. 94 (illus., another example), 174 Noordhuis – Fairfax, S. (ed.), Spowers and Syme, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2021, pp. 8 (illus., another example), 9, 93 Pryor, S., A pair of Melbourne artists from the 1930s are finally getting the recognition they deserve, The Canberra Times, Canberra, 24 July 2021 (illus., another example) Watson, B., 'Public Works', The Weekend Australian, 18 - 19 September 2021, p. 8 (illus., another example) RELATED WORK Other examples of this print are held in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Art Gallery of Ballarat Victoria; and the Cruthers Collection of Women's Art, Perth © Courtesy of the artist's estate

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • Eveline Syme (1881-1961) Hyde Park, Sydney, c.1930
          Nov. 17, 2021

          Eveline Syme (1881-1961) Hyde Park, Sydney, c.1930

          Est: $5,000 - $8,000

          Eveline Syme (1881-1961) Hyde Park, Sydney, c.1930 signed with estate stamp lower right: 'E.W.SYME' watercolour and pencil on paper 37.0 x 22.5cm (14 9/16 x 8 7/8in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

          Bonhams
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Sydney Tram Line 1936 linocut ed. 10/25 from 3 blocks, printed in 1) vermillion, 2) viridian; 3) burnt umbe...
          Oct. 19, 2021

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Sydney Tram Line 1936 linocut ed. 10/25 from 3 blocks, printed in 1) vermillion, 2) viridian; 3) burnt umbe...

          Est: $20,000 - $25,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Sydney Tram Line 1936 linocut ed. 10/25 from 3 blocks, printed in 1) vermillion, 2) viridian; 3) burnt umber, impression on buff oriental laid tissue, originally mounted to brown paper backing titled, editioned and signed in pencil on reverse of impression below image 24.4 x 17.9cm PROVENANCE: Important Women Artists, Jim Alexander Gallery, Melbourne 1977 Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITIONS: Exhibition of Pictures by the Contemporary Group of Artists, David Jones' Galleries, Sydney, July 1937, no. 93 The Printmakers, Mainly of the Thirties, Important Women Artists, Melbourne, 11 September - 30 October, 1977, cat. 25, (including this example), (as ‘Sydney Tramlines') Project 24: Cicadas and Gumnuts: The Society of Arts and Crafts 1906-1935, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1 April - 7 May 1978, no. 118, (another example) A Survey of Australian Relief Prints 1900/1950, Deutsher Galleries, Melbourne, 13 April - 5 May 1978, cat. 180 (illus. exhibition catalogue, another example) Australian Images: Prints, Drawings and Watercolours from the Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 22 December 1979 - 28 January 1980, (no catalogue number), (another example) Colour linocuts from the Grosvenor School, The Ward Gallery, Sydney, March 1980, no. 50, (another example) Melbourne Woodcuts and Linocuts of the 1920's and 1930's, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat and touring University Art Museum, Queensland, Newcastle Regional Gallery, Newcastle, McClelland Gallery, Frankston, Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne, 1981, (another impression) Project 39: Women's Imprint, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1-31 October 1982 (another example) Out of the Book and on the Wall: the Relief Print - Linocuts: Claude Flight and His Circle, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, 20 February - 13 May 1984 (another example) Harbour Hymns, City Songs: Visions of Sydney from the Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 13 January - 11 March 1990, no. 83 (another example) Claude Flight and His Followers: The Linocut Movement between the Wars, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, 18 April - 12 July 1992; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 14 October – 29 November 1992; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, 16 December 1992 - 1 March 1993; National Art Gallery, Wellington, 19 March- 16 May 1993 and Auckland City Art Gallery, Auckland, 3 June - 18 July 1993, cat. 100 (another example) Australian Prints from the Gallery's Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 6 November 1998 - 7 February 1999, cat. 58 (another example) Modern Australian Women: Paintings and Prints 1925-1945, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 24 November 2000 - 25 February 2001, and touring, (another example) Shooting Through: Sydney by Tram, Museum of Sydney, Sydney, 4 April - 18 October 2009 (another example) Sydney Moderns: Art for a New World, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 6 July - 7 Oct 2013 (another example) Modern impressions: Australian Prints from the Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2 Sepember 2016 - January 2017 (another example) Becoming Modern: Australian Women Artists 1920-1950, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat, 18 May - 4 August 2019 (another example) Spowers & Syme, A National Gallery of Australia, Canberra travelling exhibition, Canberra Museum and Art Gallery, Canberra, 13 August – 6 October 2021; and touring Brisbane, Dubbo and Victoria until 2022 (illus. exhibition catalogue, another example) LITERATURE: Butler, R., and Deutsher, C., A Survey of Australian Relief Prints 1900/1950, Deutsher Galleries, Melbourne, 1978, pp. 91, 118, cat. 180 (illus. another example) Project 24: Cicadas and Gumnuts: The Society of Arts and Crafts 1906-1935, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1978, cat. 118 (another example) De Teliga, J., Australian Images: Prints, Drawings and Watercolours from the Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1979, p. 10 (another example) Butler, R., Melbourne Woodcuts and Linocuts of the 1920's and 1930's, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat, 1981, unpaginated, pp. 13 (illus. another example), 51 (illus. another example) Waldman, A., Project 39: Women's Imprint, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1982, no catalogue numbers; not paginated Coppel, S., ‘Claude Flight and his Australian Pupils', Print Quarterly, Print Quarterly Publications in assoc. J. Paul Getty Trust, London, vol. 2, no. 4, December 1985, pp. 278, 281 (illus. fig. 157, another example) Vernon, K., Harbour Hymns, City Songs: Visions of Sydney from the Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1990, cat. 83 (another example) Coppel, S., Claude Flight and His Followers; The Colour Linocut Movement between the Wars, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, , 1992, p. 22 (another example) Coppel, S., Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School, Scolar Press, Aldershot, England, in association with the National Gallery of Australia, 1995, pp. 47 (illus. plate 43, another example), 66, 184-185 (illus. another example), cat. ESy 20 Topliss, H., Modernism and Feminism: Australian Women Artists 1900-1940, Craftsman House, Sydney, 1996, pp. 149 (illus. no. 79, another example), 152 Kolenberg, H. and Ryan, A., Australian Prints from the Gallery's Collection, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 1998, p. 69, cat. 58 (illus. another example) Hylton, J., Modern Australian Women: Paintings & Prints 1925-1945, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 2000, pp. 57, 81 (illus., another example), 126 Johnson, H., 'We Cannot Cage the Minute: Art Deco Art' in Ferson, M. and Nilsson, M. (eds.), Art Deco in Australia: Sunrise Over the Pacific, Fine Art Publishing, Sydney, 2001, pp. 101, 102 (illus. pl. 117, another example) Slater, J., Through Artists' Eyes: Australian Suburbs and their Cities 1919-1945, Miegunyah Press, Melbourne, 2004, pp. xi, 25 (illus. no. 13, another example) Butler, R., Printed: Images by Australian Artists 1885-1955, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 2007, p. 200 (illus. another example) Hull, R. (ed.), Butler-Bowdon, C. and Campbell, A., Shooting Through: Sydney by Tram, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney, 2009, pp. 78, 79 (illus. another example) Look, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, September 2012, p. 39 (illus. another example) Edwards, D., Mimmocchi, D., Sydney Moderns: Art for a New World, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Sydney, 2013, pp. 71 (illus. another example), 316 Smith, S., 'Women's work: their diverse and significant contribution to the modernist art scene', Look, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, August 2013, p. 13 (illus. another example) McLaren, J. and Tegart, L., Becoming Modern: Australian Women Artists 1920-1950, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat, 2019, pp. 131, 134, 137 (illus. another example), 174 Stuart, C. and Finucane, P., Odd Roads to be Walking: 156 Women Who Shaped Australian Art, Red Barn, Skibbereen, 2019, p. 138 (illus., another example) Pryor, S., Making the Cut: Art World's Dynamic Duo, Canberra Times, Australian Community Media, Canberra, 24 July 2021, p. Panorama 6 (illus. another example) A pair of Melbourne artists from the 1930s are finally getting the recognition they deserve' published 24 July 2021 (accessed 25 July 2021) https://www.canberratimes.com.au/story/7349484/making-the-cut-art-worlds-dynamic-duo/ OTHER NOTES: This print is in the permanent collections of Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; and National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. RELATED WORK: Eveline Syme, The Tram Line 1932, watercolour, Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum, Castlemaine We would like to thank John Keats for his kind assistance in cataloguing this work. Eveline Syme was one of the most significant artists associated with the Grosvenor School. The movement, founded by Claude Flight in 1925, was largely based on the idealisation of speed, dynamism and the rejection of the past. It embraced modern life, especially the city and its means of transport and industrialisation. This type of subject matter had barely been touched by women until now. Syme was born in England to Australian parents, grew up in Melbourne where she studied locally at Melbourne University and abroad. Attending the Grosvenor school in 1929, she went on to become one of the most established artists in this medium and biggest advocates of modern art in Australia during the 1930 and 40s.

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Ruins, Port Arthur woodcut ed. 16/50
          Oct. 19, 2021

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Ruins, Port Arthur woodcut ed. 16/50

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Ruins, Port Arthur woodcut ed. 16/50 signed, titled and editioned in pencil below image: The Ruins, Port Arthur 16/50. EW.Syme 9.3 x 6.4cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, South Australia EXHIBITIONS: Water Colours and Woodcuts by E.W. Syme, Athenaeum Gallery, Melbourne, 6-17 March 1928, cat. 51 (another impression) The Printmakers: Mainly of the Thirties, Important Women Artists [Gallery], Melbourne, 11 September - 30 October 1977, cat. 33 (another impression) Autumn Exhibition, Jim Alexander Gallery, Melbourne, 20-27 May 1990, no. 74 (another impression) A Selection of Australian Prints and Drawings from 1930s and 40s, aGOG [Australian Girls Own Gallery], Canberra, 3-22 March 1990, no. 3 (another impression, dated as circa 1931) Australian Graphics 1917-1989, Coonara Gallery, Victoria, 14 April - 26 May 1996, no. 46 (another impression) Australian Prints: Celebrating Eighty Years of the Joshua McCelland Print Room, Joshua McClelland Print Room, Melbourne, 4-21 December 2007, no. 12 (illus. exhibition catalogue, another impression) LITERATURE: Coppel, S., Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School, Scolar Press in association with the National Gallery of Australia, Aldershot, 1995, p. 189, cat. ESy A/5 (another impression) OTHER NOTES: We would like to thank John Keats for his kind assistance in cataloguing this work.

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Elvet Bridge, Durham c.1936 wood-engraving, ed. 8/50
          Oct. 19, 2021

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Elvet Bridge, Durham c.1936 wood-engraving, ed. 8/50

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Elvet Bridge, Durham c.1936 wood-engraving, ed. 8/50 titled, editioned, and signed in pencil below image 15 x 10cm PROVENANCE: Important Women Artists, Jim Alexander Gallery, Melbourne c.1977 Private collection, Melbourne Thence by descent EXHIBITIONS: Linocuts and Wood Engravings by E. W. Syme (in Aid of the Appeal for Funds to Establish a Unversity Women's College), Arts and Crafts Society's Gallery, Melbourne, 5-16 May 1936, cat. no 16 (another example) The Printmakers: Mainly of the Thirties, Important Women Artists Gallery, Melbourne, 11 September - 30 October 1977, cat. no. 29 Etchings, Lithographs, Linocuts, Wood-Engravings, Aquatints, Etc.: 1867 to 1946: Australian, European and English, Joshua McClelland Print Room, Melbourne, 29 July - 15 August 1980, cat. no. 34 (another example) Australian Graphics 1917-1989, Coonara Gallery, Victoria, 14 April - 26 May 1996, cat. no. 47 (another example) LITERATURE: Lino Cuts and Wood Engravings in Exhibition, The Herald, Melbourne, 5 May 1936, p. 8 (illus. another example) Coppel, S., Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School, Scolar Press in association with the National Gallery of Australia, Aldershot, 1995, p. 189 OTHER NOTES: We would like to thank John Keats for his kind assistance in cataloguing this work.

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise c.1920s woodcut, ed. 21/50
          Oct. 19, 2021

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise c.1920s woodcut, ed. 21/50

          Est: $1,800 - $2,500

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise c.1920s woodcut, ed. 21/50 signed, titled and editioned in pencil below image: The Castle Chapel, Amboise. 21/50 E.W.Syme. 10 x 14cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, South Australia EXHIBITIONS: Water Colours and Woodcuts by E.W. Syme, Athenaeum Gallery, Melbourne, 6-17 March 1928, cat. 50 (another impression) The Printmakers: Mainly of the Thirties, Important Women Artists [Gallery], Melbourne, 11 September - 30 October 1977, cat. 31 (another impression); A Selection of Woodcuts and Linocuts by Napier Waller and Other Melbourne Artists, Deutscher Galleries, Melbourne, 18 August - 3 September 1978, no. 40 (illus. exhibition catalogue, another impression) Watercolours, Drawings, Etchings, Linocuts, Lithographs & Early Australian Prints, Joshua McClelland Print Room, Melbourne, opened 26 February 1993, no. 49 (another impression) Intrepid Women: Australian Women Artists in Paris 1900-1950, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney, 1 December 2017 - 25 March 2018 (another impression) LITERATURE: Manuscripts: The Book Nook Miscellany, The Book Nook, Geelong, no. 2, June 1932, p. 119 (illus., another impression) 'Exhibition of Linocuts', The Age, Melbourne, 5 May 1936, p. 9 Draffin, N., Australian Woodcuts and Linocuts of the 1920s and 1930s, Sun Academy Series, Melbourne, 1976, pp. 14, 72 (illus. another impression); Coppel, S., Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School, Scolar Press in association with the National Gallery of Australia, Aldershot, 1995, p. 189, cat. ESy A/2 (another impresson) Brown, P. (ed.), Crombie, I. (foreword), Harkness, A. (intro), Grey, A., Jordan, C., Hooper, J. (contrib.), Modern Australian Women Artists: The Andrée Harkness Collection, Amaled, Melbourne, 2020, pp. 182 (illus. another impression), 236 OTHER NOTES: Eveline was an avid traveller, spending copious amounts of time abroad both for leisure and building on her practice. Syme studied at La Grande Chaumiere, France, between 1922-1923. It was during this period that she created The Castle Chapel, Amboise. We would like to thank John Keats for his kind assistance in cataloguing this work.

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour
          Dec. 17, 2020

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour

          Est: $900 - $1,200

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour signed lower right: E W SYME. 23.5 x 33.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour
          Nov. 05, 2020

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          EVELINESYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour signed lower right: E W SYME. 23.5 x 33.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour
          Oct. 21, 2020

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour

          Est: $1,200 - $1,800

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour signed lower right: E W SYME. 23.5 x 33.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Study For Still Life with Plaster Cast charcoal on paper
          Oct. 21, 2020

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Study For Still Life with Plaster Cast charcoal on paper

          Est: $500 - $700

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Study For Still Life with Plaster Cast charcoal on paper Estate stamp lower left 18 x 13.5cm PROVENANCE: Jim Alexander Gallery, Melbourne Private collection, Melbourne EXHIBITIONS: Eveline Syme, Jim Alexander Gallery, Melbourne, 5 -12 June 1988, cat. no. 69

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Reclining Nude c.1930 oil on canvas
          Nov. 26, 2019

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Reclining Nude c.1930 oil on canvas

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Reclining Nude c.1930 oil on canvas unsigned stamped on stretcher verso: E. W. Syme 44.5 x 54.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne

          Leonard Joel
        • Eveline W. Syme (1888-1961)
          Nov. 26, 2019

          Eveline W. Syme (1888-1961)

          Est: $4,000 - $6,000

          Siena Market, 1935 colour linocut on paper, edition 11/25, printed in colour inks, from four blocks (vermillion, yellow ochre, cerulean blue, ivory black), titled, numbered and signed below image 'Siena Market, 11/25, Eveline W. Syme'

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        • SYME Eveline W (1888-1961), 'The [Archibald] Fountain [Hyde Park, Sydney]' 1932., W/Clr & Gouache, 35.5x21.5cm
          Nov. 16, 2019

          SYME Eveline W (1888-1961), 'The [Archibald] Fountain [Hyde Park, Sydney]' 1932., W/Clr & Gouache, 35.5x21.5cm

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          SYME, Eveline W (1888-1961) 'The [Archibald] Fountain [Hyde Park, Sydney]' 1932. Titled verso; Thomas Whitelaw & Co. Melbourne framing label. W/Clr & Gouache 35.5x21.5cm

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        • EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Mother and Children pastel on paper
          Oct. 31, 2019

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Mother and Children pastel on paper

          Est: $1,400 - $2,400

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Mother and Children pastel on paper signed lower right: E.W.SYME 24 x 19.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, South Australia OTHER NOTES: In Melbourne new modes of Cubism first appeared in the early 1930s and were developed independently from the schools of Paris. At the George Bell School, students were assigned cubist exercises as homework, designed by Bell to teach students to simplify and abstract forms from real life and alert them to the integral forms of a picture. For Eveline Syme these considerations would not persuade her to become a cubist artist, but instead provided her with a means of distilling reality. The idea was to permit the intellect to overrule the eye, a principle which was important to the students in their future practice. Cubism and Australian Art, Heide Museum of Modern Art Education Resource digital archive, p. 18

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Mother and Children pastel on paper
          Oct. 09, 2019

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Mother and Children pastel on paper

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Mother and Children pastel on paper signed lower right: E.W.SYME 24 x 19.5cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, South Australia OTHER NOTES: In Melbourne new modes of Cubism first appeared in the early 1930s and were developed independently from the schools of Paris. At the George Bell School, students were assigned cubist exercises as homework, designed by Bell to teach students to simplify and abstract forms from real life and alert them to the integral forms of a picture. For Eveline Syme these considerations would not persuade her to become a cubist artist, but instead provided her with a means of distilling reality. The idea was to permit the intellect to overrule the eye, a principle which was important to the students in their future practice. Cubism and Australian Art, Heide Museum of Modern Art Education Resource digital archive, p. 18

          Leonard Joel
        • § EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Sydney Tramline 1936 linocut ed. 1/25
          Oct. 09, 2019

          § EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Sydney Tramline 1936 linocut ed. 1/25

          Est: $12,000 - $18,000

          § EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Sydney Tramline 1936 linocut ed. 1/25 signed lower right: E. W. Syme titled and editioned lower left 25 x 17.5cm PROVENANCE: Josef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney Private collection, Sydney Leonard Joel, The Estate of Colin Lanceley, Sydney, 16 November 2015, lot 197 Private collection, Sydney EXHIBITIONS: Exhibition of Pictures by the Contemporary Group of Artists, David Jones' Galleries, Sydney, July 1937, no. 93 (another example). A Survey of Australian Relief Prints 1900/1950, Deutscher Galleries, Melbourne, 13 April-5 May 1978, cat. 180 (another example). Melbourne Woodcuts and Linocuts of the 1920's and 1930's, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Victoria, 1981 (another example) LITERATURE: Butler, R. and Deutscher, C., A Survey of Australian Relief Prints 1900/1950, Deutscher Galleries, Melbourne, 1978, cat. 180, p. 91 (illus., another example). Butler, R., Melbourne Woodcuts and Linocuts of the 1920's and 1930's, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Victoria, 1981, unpaginated (illus., another example). Coppel, S., Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School, Scolar Press, Aldershot, England, in association with the National Gallery of Australia, 1995, cat. 20, pp. 184–185, pl. 43 (illus., another example).

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME, (1888 – 1961), SYDNEY TRAMLINE, 1936, colour linocut
          Aug. 28, 2019

          EVELINE SYME, (1888 – 1961), SYDNEY TRAMLINE, 1936, colour linocut

          Est: $15,000 - $20,000

          EVELINE SYME, (1888 – 1961), SYDNEY TRAMLINE, 1936, colour linocut SIGNED: signed, numbered and inscribed with title below image DIMENSIONS: 24.5 x 18.0 cm PROVENANCE: probably: Joshua McClelland Print Room, Melbourne Ken and Joan Plomley Collection of Modernist Art, Melbourne EXHIBITED: Exhibition of Pictures by the Contemporary Group of Artists, David Jones' Galleries, Sydney, July 1937, no. 93 (another example) A Survey of Australian Relief Prints 1900/1950, Deutscher Galleries, Melbourne, 13 April – 5 May 1978, cat. 180 (another example) Melbourne Woodcuts and Linocuts of the 1920’s and 1930’s, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Victoria, 1981, and travelling (another example) Out of the Book and On to the Wall: The Relief Print, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, 20 February – October 1984 (another example) Claude Flight and His Followers: The Linocut Movement between the Wars, Australian National Gallery, Canberra, 18 April – 12 July 1992, and touring, cat. 100 (another example) Modern Australian Women: Paintings and Prints 1925 – 1945, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 24 November 2000 – 25 February 2001, and touring (another example) Sydney Moderns: Art for a New World, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 6 July – 7 October 2013, (another example) LITERATURE: Butler, R., and Deutscher, C., A Survey of Australian Relief Prints 1900/1950, Deutscher Galleries, Melbourne, 1978, cat. 180, pp. 91, 118 (illus., another example) Butler, R., Melbourne Woodcuts and Linocuts of the 1920's and 1930's, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Victoria, 1981, unpaginated (illus., another example) Coppel, S., Linocuts of the Machine Age: Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School, Scolar Press, Aldershot, England, in association with the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 1995, pl. 43, cat. ESy20, pp. 184 – 185 (illus., another example) Hylton, J., Modern Australian Women: Paintings and Prints 1925 – 1945, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 2000, pp. 57, 81 (illus., another example), 126 Edwards, D., and Mimmocchi, D. (eds.), Sydney Moderns: Art for a New World, exhibition catalogue, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2013, pp. 71 (illus., another example), 316 RELATED WORK: Other examples of this print are held in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; and the Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Victoria

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • Eveline W. Syme (1888-1961)
          May. 28, 2019

          Eveline W. Syme (1888-1961)

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          Siena Market, 1935 colour linocut on paper, edition 11/25, printed in colour inks, from four blocks (vermillion, yellow ochre, cerulean blue, ivory black), titled, numbered and signed below image 'Siena Market, 11/25, Eveline W. Syme'

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        • EVELINE SYME [1881 - 1961] Collins Street, Melbourne Woodcut,14.5 x 10 cm
          May. 05, 2019

          EVELINE SYME [1881 - 1961] Collins Street, Melbourne Woodcut,14.5 x 10 cm

          Est: $500 - $750

          EVELINE SYME [1881 - 1961] Collins Street, Melbourne Woodcut, 14.5 x 10 cm

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        • EVELINE W. SYME [1888 - 1961], The Fortress, Villeneuve-sur-Rhone, woodcut, titled, editioned 26/30, signed "E W Syme" and dated 1931 in lower margin, 8.5 x 8.5cm.
          May. 05, 2019

          EVELINE W. SYME [1888 - 1961], The Fortress, Villeneuve-sur-Rhone, woodcut, titled, editioned 26/30, signed "E W Syme" and dated 1931 in lower margin, 8.5 x 8.5cm.

          Est: $750 - $1,000

          EVELINE W. SYME [1888 - 1961], The Fortress, Villeneuve-sur-Rhone, woodcut, titled, editioned 26/30, signed "E W Syme" and dated 1931 in lower margin, 8.5 x 8.5cm.  

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        • EVELINE W. SYME [1888 - 1961], The Ruins, Port Arthur, woodcut, titled, editioned 7/50 and signed "E W Syme" in lower margin, 10.5 x 7.5cm.
          May. 05, 2019

          EVELINE W. SYME [1888 - 1961], The Ruins, Port Arthur, woodcut, titled, editioned 7/50 and signed "E W Syme" in lower margin, 10.5 x 7.5cm.

          Est: $500 - $750

          EVELINE W. SYME [1888 - 1961], The Ruins, Port Arthur, woodcut, titled, editioned 7/50 and signed "E W Syme" in lower margin, 10.5 x 7.5cm.  

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        • EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Untitled watercolour and gouache
          Mar. 19, 2019

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Untitled watercolour and gouache

          Est: $1,500 - $2,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888 - 1961) Untitled watercolour and gouache signed lower right: E.W.SYME 24 x 30cm

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Ruins, Port Arthur c.1928 linocut ed.17/50
          Dec. 02, 2018

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Ruins, Port Arthur c.1928 linocut ed.17/50

          Est: $700 - $1,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Ruins, Port Arthur c.1928 linocut ed.17/50 signed, titled and editioned at base 9 x 6.5cm

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise linocut ed.17/50
          Dec. 02, 2018

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise linocut ed.17/50

          Est: $700 - $1,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Castle Chapel, Amboise linocut ed.17/50 signed, titled and editioned at base 10 x 14cm

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Siena Market 1935 colour linocut, ed. 6/25
          Dec. 02, 2018

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Siena Market 1935 colour linocut, ed. 6/25

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Siena Market 1935 colour linocut, ed. 6/25 signed, titled and editioned at base 10 x 7cm PROVENANCE: Niagara Galleries, Melbourne (label verso) OTHER NOTES: Siena Market, ed.2/25 (another edition) in the Collection of National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 1979

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME, (1888 – 1961), BARWON HEADS, c.1930s, colour linocut
          Nov. 28, 2018

          EVELINE SYME, (1888 – 1961), BARWON HEADS, c.1930s, colour linocut

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          EVELINE SYME, (1888 – 1961), BARWON HEADS, c.1930s, colour linocut DIMENSIONS: 16.5 x 20.0 cm PROVENANCE: Important Women Artists, Melbourne (stock no. 405) Private collection, Melbourne Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity, Important Women Artists, Melbourne, signed and dated 18 September 1977

          Deutscher and Hackett
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Harbour watercolour and pastel on paper
          Oct. 10, 2018

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Harbour watercolour and pastel on paper

          Est: $2,000 - $4,000

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) The Harbour watercolour and pastel on paper 19.5 x 29cm PROVENANCE: Melbourne Fine Art, Melbourne 1993

          Leonard Joel
        • SYME, Eveline W (1888-1961) - Beach with Rocks
          Feb. 25, 2018

          SYME, Eveline W (1888-1961) - Beach with Rocks

          Est: $100 - $200

          SYME, Eveline W (1888-1961) - Beach with Rocks W/Clr 19x28cm

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        • EVELINE SYME
          Nov. 27, 2017

          EVELINE SYME

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          Mother & Children Pastel on Paper Signed Lower Right 24 x 19.5cm

          Scammells
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour
          Oct. 12, 2017

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour

          Est: $1,600 - $2,600

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Untitled (Landscape) ink and watercolour signed lower right: E W SYME. 23.5 x 33.5cm

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Two Figures in Landscape watercolour
          Oct. 12, 2017

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Two Figures in Landscape watercolour

          Est: $1,000 - $1,500

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Two Figures in Landscape watercolour signed lower left: E W SYME 25 x 31cm

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Creek Landscape watercolour
          Oct. 12, 2017

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Creek Landscape watercolour

          Est: $800 - $1,200

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Creek Landscape watercolour signed lower left: E. W . SYME 24.5 x 17cm PROVENANCE: Private collection, Melbourne

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Still Life watercolour
          Oct. 12, 2017

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Still Life watercolour

          Est: $1,200 - $1,800

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Still Life watercolour signed lower right: E W SYME 22 x 32cm

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELYNE SYME, THE VALLEY, WATERCOLOUR, 24.5 X 16.5CM
          Apr. 06, 2017

          EVELYNE SYME, THE VALLEY, WATERCOLOUR, 24.5 X 16.5CM

          Est: $550 - $750

          EVELYNE SYME, THE VALLEY, WATERCOLOUR, 24.5 X 16.5CM

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELYNE SYME, THE VALLEY, WATERCOLOUR, SIGNED LOWER LEFT: E. W. SYME, 24.5 X 16.5CM
          Jan. 19, 2017

          EVELYNE SYME, THE VALLEY, WATERCOLOUR, SIGNED LOWER LEFT: E. W. SYME, 24.5 X 16.5CM

          Est: $700 - $900

          EVELYNE SYME, THE VALLEY, WATERCOLOUR, SIGNED LOWER LEFT: E. W. SYME, 24.5 X 16.5CM

          Leonard Joel
        • EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Coastal Landscape watercolour
          Sep. 06, 2016

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Coastal Landscape watercolour

          Est: $1,600 - $2,200

          EVELINE SYME (1888-1961) Coastal Landscape watercolour signed lower right and lower left: E. W. SYME 24.5 x 30.5cm

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