Watercolour: Cricketer in military attire with Glengarry cap

Object Type
Date Used
Early 19th Century
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Brief Description
Watercolour painting of a man in full-length side view profile, standing with left leg crossed over right and leaning with his left hand on a cricket bat, against a plain background. He wears formal military attire which includes a Glengarry hat with black and white dicing and a black tail at the back, white jacket and trousers with red cummerbund, high black collar, neckerchief and black shoes. He has thick, 'mutton chop' sideburns. The drawing is housed behind glass in a cream window mount within a black and gold wooden frame. An inscription in biro on brown piece of paper affixed to verso reads, "ANTHONY BAER COLLECTION 1962 NO. 456"; together with framer's label.
0 - Whole: H: 402 W: 310 D: 13mm (H: 15 13/16 W: 12 3/16 D: 1/2")
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Date Used
Early 19th Century
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Kindly donated to the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum by Mr Anthony Baer.




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