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Adrian Feint
Paperback 96

Feint, Adrian

Australia's Impressionists
70 color illus. 128

Australia's Impressionists focuses on the paintings of Tom Roberts, Arthur Streeton, Charles Conder, and John Peter Russell. All were key players in a distinctively Australian art movement that drew on influences ranging from

Riopelle, Christopher, Bonyhady, Tim, Goudie, Allison, Taylor, Alex J., Thomas, Sarah, Tunnicliffe, Wayne

Blood Mystic
242(Ht mm) 180(Wdt mm) 400

George Gittoes defies categorisation as his life defies belief. One thing is certain: Gittoes is the greatest Australian hero working today and his epic story must be told. Equal parts artist and warrior, George is wo

Gittoes, George

colour illustrations 138

Born in Sydney, Australia, Joan A.Holt an unknown artist paints prolifically all her life but never exhibits or sells one painting. Ten years after her death her daughter tells the story of her mother's life and art thro

Bunt, Charlie, Beard, Duncan

Brett Whiteley: Art, Life and the Other Thing

"When he died in 1992 Brett Whiteley left behind decades of ceaseless activity:some works bound to a particular place or time, others that are masterpieces of light and line. Whiteley had arrived in Europe in 1960 determined to make an impr

Wilson, Ashleigh

Dogs in Australian Art
Full colour throughout 224

Dogs in Australian Art looks at Australian art through the lens of dog painting, showcasing over 150 masterworks that illustrate the deep bond between Australians and their best friends. Steven Miller's whimsical text

Miller, Steven

Forgotten Notebook

The Forgotten Notebook is based on sketches Betty Churcher drew in the great galleries of the world when she raced through them as director of the National Gallery of Australia in the 1990s on her way to arrange the loans of artworks for her

Churcher, Betty

In Yer Face

Batey, Peter Henke, Fran

Janet Venn-Brown
110 illustrations 208

Australian painter Janet Venn-Brown has led an extraordinary life. Moving to Rome in the early 1960s, she joined a circle of intellectuals and artists, began exhibiting her work - and fell in love with Palestinian activist

Manning, Peter

Margaret Flockton
Full colour throughout 320

In 1894, a shy young Englishwoman dazzled the art world with her first exhibited work in New South Wales. Her name was Margaret Flockton, and she would go on to become Australia's first and most celebrated professiona

Wilson, Louise, Flockton, Margaret

Margaret Olley

Margaret Hannah Olley AC (24 June 1923 26 July 2011) was an Australian painter. She was the subject of more than 90 solo exhibitions. Margaret Olley was born in Lismore, New South Wales. She attended Somerville House in Brisbane during her h

Pearce, Barry

Melbourne Street Art Guide

Edited by Ewan Mceoin

Mike Parr
269(Ht mm) 232(Wdt mm) 272

Mike Parr is regarded as one of Australia's pre-eminent artists with a practice spanning performance, film, painting, sculpture and printmaking. Emerging from a background of conceptual art in the early 1970's, the pro

Parr, Mike

Paris to Monaro
235(Ht mm) 175(Wdt mm) 240

The award-winning, Paris to Monaro was first produced to accompany a smash hit exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, Canberra in 2013. This second edition brings the studio, its exotic contents, its idiosyncrati

Engledow, Sarah

Popular Pet Book

The Popular Pet Book features portraits of famous and obscure Australians and their pets by contemporary artists Nicholas Harding, Lucy Culliton, Darren McDonald, Anna Culliton, Fiona McMonagle, Ken Done, Noel McKenna, Graeme Drendel, Robyn

Engledow, Sarah

Sharp 1942 - 1979
black & white illustrations 300

Martin Sharp was an integral part of international Pop Art in the 1960s, magnified through his covers for OZ magazine in Sydney and London, his covers for Cream, and posters of Dylan, Hendrix and Donovan. His effo

Tarling, Lowell, Sharp, Martin

Weilding the Brush

This book recuperates for art historians and the reading public the distinguished but forgotten career of the Melbourne artist, Esther Paterson. Aside from providing a close-up of Esther's oeuvre - sketches for newspapers and magazines, lan

Anderson, Gae