Painting tins to hold trench mortar shells (Mrs Shugg)
|Title||Painting tins to hold trench mortar shells (Mrs Shugg)|
|Place made||Australia: Victoria, Melbourne, Maribyrnong|
|Date made||April 1945|
|Medium||oil on canvas on wood panel|
|Measurement||unframed: 61 x 45.4 cm|
|On display||Main building: World War 2 Gallery: Gallery 3|
A portrait of Mrs Joy Shugg painting tins to hold mortar shells in the High Explosives Section of the Commonwealth Explosives Factory, Maribyrnong. The artist noted that Mrs Shugg painted 100 tins per day.