More Ormond Please

More Ormond Please

More Ormond Please
(Death MAsk Portrait of Francis Ormond)

Lino Cut on Cotton
Artwork: 7"x4" (17x10cm)
Framed: 20"x12"(49.5x30cm)


Francis Ormond was a Scottish-born Australian pastoralist, member of the Parliament of Victoria and philanthropist in the areas of education and religion. Ormond is notable for founding the Working Men's College of Melbourne, which became the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), and for endowing the position of Ormond Professor of Music and donating the majority of funds towards the establishment of Ormond College, both at the University of Melbourne. The Glen Eira City suburb Ormond was named in his honour.
  • Details


    - Matte black wooden frame.
    - box mounted behind glass.

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I acknowledge the wise people of our Indigenous communities, past and present who are the foundations of our great countries. I recognise that we share the land with the traditional owners and custodians.  I recognise that this land (In Philadelphia PA USA) on which I currently stand and rest my head each night was originally the traditional land of the Lenni Lenape Indians, Munsee and other branches of the Delaware river tribes.

Queen Village, Philadelphia Pennsylvania, 19147, United States of America

ABN: 12 468 142 803 

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