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Self-Portrait of Percy Grainger$

Malcolm Gillies, David Pear, and Mark Carroll

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780195305371

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195305371.001.0001

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(p.xiii) List of Illustrations

(p.xiii) List of Illustrations

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Self-Portrait of Percy Grainger
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Oxford University Press

  1. 1. The Albert Bridge, Adelaide, designed by Grainger’s father, John, 1879.

  2. 2. Rose Grainger and Percy Grainger in Australia, ca. 1891.

  3. 3. The Story of Grettir the Strong, claimed by Grainger in 1936 as ‘the greatest influence on my human & artistic life’.

  4. 4. Grainger’s painting of Cronberg Castle, near Frankfurt, June 1896.

  5. 5. Manuscript of Grainger’s first ‘Klavierstück’, October 1897.

  6. 6. Anatomical drawing by Grainger, probably 1898.

  7. 7. James Kwast, Grainger’s piano teacher in Frankfurt, by Cosmo Rowe.

  8. 8. Grainger’s first mistress, London socialite Lilith Lowrey, by E. W. Histed.

  9. 9. Grainger, side view, ca. 1905, by Adolph de Meyer.

  10. 10. Grainger, in artist’s smock, ca. 1905, by Adolph de Meyer.

  11. 11. U.S. Army bandsman Grainger, with soprano saxophone, 1917.

  12. 12. Grainger with Frederick Delius, Frankfurt, April 1923.

  13. 13. Grainger’s wife, Ella Ström, with her daughter Elsie (Elsa), probably Pevensey, Sussex, late 1920s.

  14. 14. Grainger ‘self-beaten, Kansas City, Feb. 9, 1933’.

  15. 15. A selection of the whips held in Grainger’s Museum in Melbourne.

  16. 16. Photograph of full ensemble for the concert of 23 November 1935 in Wellington, New Zealand.

  17. 17. Grainger at the keyboard, National Music Camp, Interlochen, early 1940s.

  18. 18. The eyes of Ella Grainger, from Grainger’s photographic collection of artists’ eyes, early 1950s.

  19. 19. The clothes of Grainger’s friend, H. Balfour Gardiner, in the Grainger Museum, flanked by Ella and Percy Grainger, 1955–56.

  20. 20. Grainger’s interment, West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, 2 March 1961.

    • Illustrations appear after page 162

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