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Lahey, Vida, 1882-1968 File
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Art portfolio with newspaper cuttings

Handmade and hand painted artist folder (38 x 29 cm) with two titles 'Inventories' and 'Inventories of pictures, pots and vases' written on cover. Contains a postcard of 'Monday morning' by Vida Lahey; a University of Queensland envelope with the name and address of Professor R. P. Cummings crossed out and Miss Vida Lahey written on the front and 'Newspaper articles of interest' written on the back; and newspaper cuttings relating to significant events and interests of Vida Lahey, including the art teaching, the World Wars, the royal family, artists, and exhibitions.

Lahey, Vida, 1882-1968

Art portfolio with prints and reproduction prints

Handmade and handpainted artist folder with 'Coloured paper' written on cover. Teaching material [of Vida Lahey] consisting of colour, and black and white reproduction prints, postcards, Christmas cards (some addressed to Vida Lahey), newspaper and periodical cuttings from the 1940s to the 1960s. Included with this file is: Théophile Alexandre Steinlen, 'Untitled', print numbered 348 of 400, 1910s?, 38 x 28 cm

Art portfolio with material on teaching methods

Handmade and hand painted (red and black) artist folder (38 x 29 cm) with colour charts, biographical notes, newspaper cuttings, notes, catalogue with prices from an exhibition of Vida Lahey paintings from the MacQuarie Galleries Canberra in July 1978, Invitiation to the MacQuaries Galleries Exhibition with biographical information, and correspondence

Art portfolio with art reproductions and prints on card

Handmade and hand painted artist folder (46 x 30 cm) with 'Reproductions for classes' and 'Reproductions for use in illustrating principles of design and colour the[ory?]' written on cover. Contains art reproductions and prints pasted onto card. Some signed by Vida Lahey. Possibly used for children’s art classes. Includes postcard of Custom’s House and neon sign “Time for a capstan” and invitation to Daphne Mayo.