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  • Title
    Item 13: Julian Rose House, Wahroonga, by architect Harry Seidler, [1954] / photographer Max Dupain
  • Call number
    PXD 720/13
  • Level of description
  • Date

    [1954], photoprint created 1997
  • Type of material
  • Reference code
  • Issue Copy
  • Physical Description
    1 photographic print - gelatin silver - 40.5 x 50.5 cm (image), 52 x 65.5 cm (mount)
  • Copying Conditions
    Out of copyright: Created before 1955
    Please acknowledge:: Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales
  • General note

    The Julian Rose House is one of three designed by Harry Seidler for a bushland site overlooking Kuring-gai Chase. Often confused with the Rose Seidler House which was designed for Seidler's parents, the Julian Rose House was originally designed for his brother Marcell Seidler, and was eventually designed for friends of Seidler's parents to live in. Marcell, a photographer, introduced Max Dupain to Seidler, who remained a lifetime client of Dupain's . 'I think that's the first thing he photographed with me ... its a classic." -- Harry Seidler, 1997.
    This picture was previously incorrectly titled: '[Julian] Rose House, Turramurra, by architect Harry Seidler, 1950'
    Digital order no: pxd72013
  • Topic
  • Place
  • Exhibited in

    The studio of Max Dupain : post-war photographs - State Library of New South Wales (12 August - 7 December, 1997)
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