A self-portrait by Australian sculptor Daphne Mayo, housed, unframed, in an art file in the University of Queensland’s Fryer Library is one of those images that can lead to ever-expanding circles of research and cross-disciplinary reading. Daphne Mayo was a key Australian sculptor of the mid-twentieth century, the creator of numerous prominent pieces of public art, and a woman who contributed significantly to the shaping of the Queensland Public art collection during the same period.
|Publication status||Published - 2010|
|Event||Australian Historical Association's Biennial Conference : Reviewing History - University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia|
Duration: 5 Jul 2010 → 9 Jul 2010
Conference number: 15th
|Conference||Australian Historical Association's Biennial Conference|
|Period||5/07/10 → 9/07/10|
Hunt, J. E. (2010). Daphne Mayo's self portrait: Australian sculptor, experiment with colour, or woman with toothache?. Paper presented at Australian Historical Association's Biennial Conference , Perth, Australia.