Monty  . Charcoal on rag paper. 56 x 74cm.  ©  2010 Ida Montague. Private Collection: London  This drawing was requested by and published in Nigel Austin's   The Australian livestock export trade : From the First Fleet to the World's Greatest

Monty. Charcoal on rag paper. 56 x 74cm. © 2010 Ida Montague. Private Collection: London

This drawing was requested by and published in Nigel Austin's The Australian livestock export trade: From the First Fleet to the World's Greatest

   Jack  . Acrylic polymer on canvas. 45 x 45cm  ©  2015 Ida Montague.  From a series of portraits of legendary Australian cattlemen.

Jack. Acrylic polymer on canvas. 45 x 45cm © 2015 Ida Montague.

From a series of portraits of legendary Australian cattlemen.

   Richard Gill, OA, Musician  . Acrylic polymer on linen. 125 x 125cm.  ©  2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Canberra.  Archibald Portrait Competition Entry, 2009

Richard Gill, OA, Musician. Acrylic polymer on linen. 125 x 125cm. © 2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Canberra.

Archibald Portrait Competition Entry, 2009

   That's My Boy  . Acrylic polymer on linen. 100 x 125cm.  ©  2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Brisbane  Commissioned Portrait

That's My Boy. Acrylic polymer on linen. 100 x 125cm. © 2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Brisbane

Commissioned Portrait

   Big Al  . Acrylic polymer on canvas. 45 x 45cm  ©  2015 Ida Montague. Private Collection: UK  Commissioned Portrait

Big Al. Acrylic polymer on canvas. 45 x 45cm © 2015 Ida Montague. Private Collection: UK

Commissioned Portrait

   The Hon. Bob Katter MP  . Acrylic polymer on linen. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2003 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Brisbane.  2003 Archibald Portrait Competition Entry

The Hon. Bob Katter MP. Acrylic polymer on linen. 120 x 150cm. © 2003 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Brisbane.

2003 Archibald Portrait Competition Entry

   Raelene Boyle AM, MBE. Olympian and National Treasure  . Acrylic polymer on canvas. 80 x 80cm (1 of Triptych).  ©  2004 Ida Montague  2004 Archibald Portrait Prize Competition Entry

Raelene Boyle AM, MBE. Olympian and National Treasure. Acrylic polymer on canvas. 80 x 80cm (1 of Triptych). © 2004 Ida Montague

2004 Archibald Portrait Prize Competition Entry

   A Different Breed  . Acrylic polymer on canvas (x 3 panels). 120 x 150cm.  ©  2006 Ida Montague. Private Collection: The Artist  This painting was published in Nigel Austin's   The Australian livestock export trade  : From the First Fleet to the World's Greatest,  2011

A Different Breed. Acrylic polymer on canvas (x 3 panels). 120 x 150cm. © 2006 Ida Montague. Private Collection: The Artist

This painting was published in Nigel Austin's The Australian livestock export trade : From the First Fleet to the World's Greatest, 2011

   Bring in the Clowns  . Acrylic polymer on canvas. 80 x 80cm.  ©  2006 Ida Montague.   Self Portrait

Bring in the Clowns. Acrylic polymer on canvas. 80 x 80cm. © 2006 Ida Montague. 

Self Portrait

   Go Daddy Go  . Acrylic polymer on plywood. 165 x 120cm.  ©  2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Artist

Go Daddy Go. Acrylic polymer on plywood. 165 x 120cm. © 2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Artist

   The Magnificent Seven  . Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2012 Ida Montague. Corporate Collection, Brisbane

The Magnificent Seven. Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm. © 2012 Ida Montague. Corporate Collection, Brisbane

   Emma.   Mixed media on rag paper. 100 x 67cm  ©  2014 Ida Montague. Private Collection: The Artist  Portrait features a detail from the iconic Royal Copenhagen china pattern,   symbolic of the subject's heritage.

Emma. Mixed media on rag paper. 100 x 67cm © 2014 Ida Montague. Private Collection: The Artist

Portrait features a detail from the iconic Royal Copenhagen china pattern, symbolic of the subject's heritage.

   Morgan  . Charcoal on rag paper. 54 x 54cm  ©  2012 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Northern Territory  Commissioned Portrait

Morgan. Charcoal on rag paper. 54 x 54cm © 2012 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Northern Territory

Commissioned Portrait

   Jaap,   Cast Bronze, Life size     ©    1999 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Queensland.  The subject is a Dutch engineer. As the national colour for Holland is 'orange' (Holland's Royal House referred to as the House of Orange), a spiral orange peel has been sculpted in bronze to symbolise his heritage and profession.

Jaap, Cast Bronze, Life size  © 1999 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Queensland.

The subject is a Dutch engineer. As the national colour for Holland is 'orange' (Holland's Royal House referred to as the House of Orange), a spiral orange peel has been sculpted in bronze to symbolise his heritage and profession.

   Human   (1 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital 

Human (1 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm. © 2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital 

   Animal   (2 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital

Animal (2 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm. © 2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital

   Vegetable   (3 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital

Vegetable (3 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm. © 2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital

   Monty  . Charcoal on rag paper. 56 x 74cm.  ©  2010 Ida Montague. Private Collection: London  This drawing was requested by and published in Nigel Austin's   The Australian livestock export trade : From the First Fleet to the World's Greatest
   Jack  . Acrylic polymer on canvas. 45 x 45cm  ©  2015 Ida Montague.  From a series of portraits of legendary Australian cattlemen.
   Richard Gill, OA, Musician  . Acrylic polymer on linen. 125 x 125cm.  ©  2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Canberra.  Archibald Portrait Competition Entry, 2009
   That's My Boy  . Acrylic polymer on linen. 100 x 125cm.  ©  2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Brisbane  Commissioned Portrait
   Big Al  . Acrylic polymer on canvas. 45 x 45cm  ©  2015 Ida Montague. Private Collection: UK  Commissioned Portrait
   The Hon. Bob Katter MP  . Acrylic polymer on linen. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2003 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Brisbane.  2003 Archibald Portrait Competition Entry
   Raelene Boyle AM, MBE. Olympian and National Treasure  . Acrylic polymer on canvas. 80 x 80cm (1 of Triptych).  ©  2004 Ida Montague  2004 Archibald Portrait Prize Competition Entry
   A Different Breed  . Acrylic polymer on canvas (x 3 panels). 120 x 150cm.  ©  2006 Ida Montague. Private Collection: The Artist  This painting was published in Nigel Austin's   The Australian livestock export trade  : From the First Fleet to the World's Greatest,  2011
   Bring in the Clowns  . Acrylic polymer on canvas. 80 x 80cm.  ©  2006 Ida Montague.   Self Portrait
   Go Daddy Go  . Acrylic polymer on plywood. 165 x 120cm.  ©  2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Artist
   The Magnificent Seven  . Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2012 Ida Montague. Corporate Collection, Brisbane
   Emma.   Mixed media on rag paper. 100 x 67cm  ©  2014 Ida Montague. Private Collection: The Artist  Portrait features a detail from the iconic Royal Copenhagen china pattern,   symbolic of the subject's heritage.
   Morgan  . Charcoal on rag paper. 54 x 54cm  ©  2012 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Northern Territory  Commissioned Portrait
   Jaap,   Cast Bronze, Life size     ©    1999 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Queensland.  The subject is a Dutch engineer. As the national colour for Holland is 'orange' (Holland's Royal House referred to as the House of Orange), a spiral orange peel has been sculpted in bronze to symbolise his heritage and profession.
   Human   (1 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital 
   Animal   (2 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital
   Vegetable   (3 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm.  ©  2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital

Monty. Charcoal on rag paper. 56 x 74cm. © 2010 Ida Montague. Private Collection: London

This drawing was requested by and published in Nigel Austin's The Australian livestock export trade: From the First Fleet to the World's Greatest

Jack. Acrylic polymer on canvas. 45 x 45cm © 2015 Ida Montague.

From a series of portraits of legendary Australian cattlemen.

Richard Gill, OA, Musician. Acrylic polymer on linen. 125 x 125cm. © 2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Canberra.

Archibald Portrait Competition Entry, 2009

That's My Boy. Acrylic polymer on linen. 100 x 125cm. © 2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Brisbane

Commissioned Portrait

Big Al. Acrylic polymer on canvas. 45 x 45cm © 2015 Ida Montague. Private Collection: UK

Commissioned Portrait

The Hon. Bob Katter MP. Acrylic polymer on linen. 120 x 150cm. © 2003 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Brisbane.

2003 Archibald Portrait Competition Entry

Raelene Boyle AM, MBE. Olympian and National Treasure. Acrylic polymer on canvas. 80 x 80cm (1 of Triptych). © 2004 Ida Montague

2004 Archibald Portrait Prize Competition Entry

A Different Breed. Acrylic polymer on canvas (x 3 panels). 120 x 150cm. © 2006 Ida Montague. Private Collection: The Artist

This painting was published in Nigel Austin's The Australian livestock export trade : From the First Fleet to the World's Greatest, 2011

Bring in the Clowns. Acrylic polymer on canvas. 80 x 80cm. © 2006 Ida Montague. 

Self Portrait

Go Daddy Go. Acrylic polymer on plywood. 165 x 120cm. © 2009 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Artist

The Magnificent Seven. Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm. © 2012 Ida Montague. Corporate Collection, Brisbane

Emma. Mixed media on rag paper. 100 x 67cm © 2014 Ida Montague. Private Collection: The Artist

Portrait features a detail from the iconic Royal Copenhagen china pattern, symbolic of the subject's heritage.

Morgan. Charcoal on rag paper. 54 x 54cm © 2012 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Northern Territory

Commissioned Portrait

Jaap, Cast Bronze, Life size  © 1999 Ida Montague. Private Collection: Queensland.

The subject is a Dutch engineer. As the national colour for Holland is 'orange' (Holland's Royal House referred to as the House of Orange), a spiral orange peel has been sculpted in bronze to symbolise his heritage and profession.

Human (1 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm. © 2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital 

Animal (2 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm. © 2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital

Vegetable (3 of 3, Triptych). Charcoal on paper. 120 x 150cm. © 2000 Ida Montague. Public Collection: Townsville District Hospital

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