Lot 24
Dorothy Stoner (1904-92) Australia
(Still Life Jug & Flowers)
Crayon & pencil on paper
9.5 x 11.5cm (sight)
34 x 33cm (fr)
Condition Excellent
Signed lower left, inscribed verso FG1479
Exhibited Freeman Gallery, Hobart
Estimate $350- $450

Lot 34
Dorothy Stoner (1904-92) Australia
Edith 1947
Oil on board
36 x 29cm (sight)
45 x 38cm (fr)
Condition Good
Signed and dated lower left, signed verso Miss Edith inscribed title
Estate of Dr Edith Lade, sister to Owen Lade
Estimate $200 - $250

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Lot 35
Dorothy Stoner (1904-92) Australia
Edith Lade 1954
Pastel on paper
30 x 23cm (sheet)
Condition Excellent
Signed lower right inscribed titled and dated lower left
Estate of Dr Edith Lade, sister to Owen Lade
Estimate $100 - $200

SOLD

Dorothy Stoner
Boat on the Slips c. 1949
Oil on Board
61 x 91cm (board)
Signed lower left Inscribed verso 'FG1752'
Exhibited Freeman Galleries, Hobart
Condition Good
Estimate $3,000 - $5,000

Catalogue Details

Born in the UK and arrived in Tasmania in 1921, studied 1925-29 Hobart Technical College under Dechaineux, fellow students includes Edith Holmes, Eileen Crowe, Jean Bellete. Studies George Bell School, Melbourne, where she remembered Russell Drysdale as fellow student. 1940 appointed art instructor Hobart Technical College remained until retirement 1964, notable among fellow instructors where Jack Carrington Smith, Rosamond McCulloch, George Davis, notable students included Tony Woods, Owen Lade. April1949 till June 1950 she studied at the Anglo-French Centre, St Johns Wood, London and in Paris at the Academie Chaumiere, and Atelier Croqouis, Paris. She also took extra instruction privately from Eduoard-Georges MacAvoy (who taught at the Chaumiere), interested in the school of Paris' such as that by Picasso, Matisse, Marcharnd and Yves Brayer. After some travel in France Italy and England (where she met Philip Connard and attended classes at Goldsmith's College, London, she returned to Hobart in 1950.

Further studies at East Sydney Technical College under John Passmore, Godfrey Miller and Dorothy Thornhill 1961 - 1966. Late teaching connections connected her with Frank Hodgkinson and Michael Shannon. First exhibited Art Society of Tasmania 1929 ,continued, founding member Contemporary Art Society of Australia in Melbourne and Hobart.

Reference Edith Holmes Dorothy Stoner two retrospectives Hendrik Kolenberg TAMG 25 August - 2 October 1983

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Dorothy Stoner
(Mother Knitting) c. 1960
Watercolour
36 x 54cm (sight)
Signed lower right Inscribed verso 'FG1663'
Exhibited Freeman Galleries, Hobart
Condition Good
Estimate $1,500 - $1,800

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Dorothy Stoner (1904 - 1992)
A Sydney Park with Morton Bay Fig Trees 1966
Oil on board
117 x 136cm (Fr)
Signed lower right, inscribed verso exhibition addresses
Condition Good, paint loss upper right
Exhibited Tas Group of Painters; Powell St Gallery, Melbourne; Private Collection
Estimate $11,000 - $12,000

Catalogue Details

Born in the UK and arrived in Tasmania in 1921, studied 1925-29 Hobart Technical College under Dechaineux, fellow students include Edith Holmes, Eileen Crowe, Jean Bellete. Studies George Bell School, Melbourne, where she remembered Russell Drysdale as fellow student. 1940 appointed art instructor Hobart Technical College remained until retirement 1964, notable among fellow instructors where Jack Carrington Smith, Rosamond McCulloch, George Davis, notable students included Tony Woods, Owen Lade. April 1949 till June 1950 she studied at the Anglo-French Centre, St Johns Wood, London and in Paris at the Academie Chaumiere, and Atelier Croqouis, Paris. She also took extra instruction privately from Eduoard-Georges MacAvoy (who taught at the Chaumiere), interested in the school of Paris' such as that by Picasso, Matisse, Marcharnd and Yves Brayer.

After some travel in France Italy and England (where she met Philip Connard and attended classes at Goldsmith's College, London, she returned to Hobart in 1950. Further studies at East Sydney Technical College under John Passmore, Godfrey Miller and Dorothy Thornhill 1961 - 1966. Late teaching connections connected her with Frank Hodgkinson and Michael Shannon. First exhibited Art Society of Tasmania 1929, founding member Contemporary Art Society of Australia in Melbourne and Hobart.
Reference Edith Holmes Dorothy Stoner two retrospectives Hendrik Kolenberg TAMG 25 August - 2 October 1983

Dorothy Stoner (1904 - 92) Australia
(The Blessing) 1967
Oil on canvas
68 x 55cm (stretcher) 76 x 64cm (fr)
Signed lower left 'DK Stoner'
Condition Excellent
Private Collection; Freeman Gallery 1758
Estimate $1,100 - $1,300

Sold Hammer Price $1,800

Dorothy Stoner (1904 - 92) Australia
The Red Hat. Portrait of Miss Edith Holmes
Pastel
28 x 22cm (sight) 47 x 40cm (fr)
Signed lower left
Condition Excellent
Private Collection; Freeman Gallery 945
Estimate $600 - $800

Sold Hammer Price $950

Dorothy Stoner (1904 - 92) Australia
(Reclining Nude Study) 1939
Charcoal
38 x 35cm (sight) 60 x 56cm (fr)
Signed lower right 'DK Stoner'
Condition Excellent
Private Collection; Freeman Gallery 950; Artists Estate Sketchbook; similar to Edith Holmes Dorothy Stoner TMAG cat 114 (illust)
Estimate $500 - $600

Sold Hammer Price $500

Dorothy Stoner (1904 - 92)
(Pink House) 1975
Pastel
21 x 28cm (sight) 39 x 45cm (Fr)
Signed & dated lower left
Condition Excellent
Estimate $300 - $400

Sold Hammer Price $200

Dorothy Stoner (1904 - 92)
Blue Vase and Bowl of Flowers 1981
Oil on board
46 x 60cm (board) 53 x 68cm (Fr)
Signed lower left & verso
Condition Excellent
TMAG Edith Holmes & Dorothy Stoner 1983 (111); Powell ST Gallery, Melb
Estimate $2,000 - $2,600

Sold Hammer Price $2,200

Dorothy Stoner (1904 - 92)
Old Warrior Campbelltown 1977
Oil on board
77 x 57cm (board) 80 x 61cm (Fr)
Signed lower left
Condition Excellent
Estimate $1,000 - $1,300

Sold Hammer Price $500

Dorothy Stoner (1904 - 92)
(The Red Jacket) 1971
Pastel
44 x 30cm (sight) 67 x 51cm (Fr)
Signed & dated lower left
Condition Excellent
Estimate $350 - $450

Sold Hammer Price $300