Sepia photograph taken by photographer A.E. Jarratt featuring a farming scene in the Victorian seaside locale of Lorne, circa 1920.
Some of Jarratt's photographs of Lorne and Mt Buffalo were exhibited at the Fine Art Society's Galleries at 100 Exhibition Street Melbourne, from October 9 to October 31, 1921.
Description of Content
Panoramic photograph of forest and farm scene, featuring houses and cleared farming land. In the foreground are close-up views of several trees, which frame the scene. At left a dirt road sweeps down to a house surrounded by cultivated land and gum trees. Behind it some distance away is another house and outbuildings. In the middle of the photograph is a large area of cleared land, some of it cultivated. At right and along the entire background are gum trees. Some of the trees at right are dead. A road seems to be located at far right.
Panoramic photograph printed on textured cream paper with border around the edge, and stamped with photographer studio details on reverse.
Unknown from Unknown, Pre 2010
Back, at proper left hand side, printed, black ink: [in oval frame] 'A.E. JARRATT / [decorative line] / Photographic Artist / [decorative line and two stars on either side ] / LORNE' Back, at proper left hand side, facing upside down to stamp, handwritten, pencil: '1/9'
Type of item
325 mm (Width), 100 mm (Height)
See State Library of Victoria catalogue of AE Jarratt's exhibition in 1921: [Link 1] A review of the exhibition can be found here for The Argus, Thursday 20 October 1921: [Link 2] 'Exhibition of photographs from Lorne and Mt. Buffalo by A.E. Jarratt : October 9th to 31st, 1921, held at the Fine Art Society's Galleries, 100 Exhibition Street, Melbourne', Jarratt, A. E. , Victorian Printing Works, 1921. [held at State Library of Victoria, call number 238070]