• 'NSW Death Records : 35626/1961’.

  • Pigot, John (March 1992), 'Decadent, savage and primitive: Hilda Rix Nicholas and modernism’, Journal of Australian Studies, Number 32, .

  • Ambrus, Caroline (1984), 'The Ladies’ Picture Show’, Sydney, NSW.

  • Burke, Janine (1980), 'Australian Women Artists 1840-1940’, Collingwood, Victoria.

  • (1981), 'A Dictionary of Contemporary British Artists, 1929’, reprint Woodbridge (United Kingdom) under Wright, E. Hilda, [Dolman, Bernard (ed.)].

  • Mitchell, Avenel (1988), 'Emily Hilda Nicholas’, in Australian Dictionary of Biography, Volume 11, [Serle, G. (ed.)], Melbourne University Press, Melbourne, Vic.

  • Pigot, John (2000), 'Hilda Rix Nicholas: Her Life and Art’, Melbourne, Vic.

  • (1919), 'The Art of Hilda Rix Nicholas’, Anthony Horderns Art Gallery catalogue, Sydney, NSW, [Stevens, Bertram (intro.)].

  • Steventon, Marion (1 January 1919), 'The Work of E. Hilda Rix Nicholas’, in Woman, (1 January 1919).

  • '(Letters, journals and documents)’, Rix Nicholas Archive, Delegate, New South Wales.

  • (12 June 1919), 'Virile pictures, Mrs. Rix Nicholas’s exhibition’, Evening News.

  • (1994), 'Women and the bush: Hilda Rix Nicholas and the myth of the female artist in Australia’, Strange Women, Melbourne, Vic. [Hoorn, Jeanette (ed.)].

  • (1993), 'Capturing the Orient: Hilda Rix Nicholas and Ethel Carrick in the east’, Waverley City Gallery Catalogue, Melbourne, Vic.

See also

  • 'Mrs Rix Nicholas at Work on the South Coast on a Picture of Wallaga Lake, photograph (p.c.). Courtesy Christie's.'.
  • 'Section 11, plate 484', Heritage biography.

Initial data sources

  • Heritage: The National Women's Art Book