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Australian primitive painters / Geoffrey Lehmann. (1977)

Authors: Lehmann, Geoffrey, 1940-, Blackman, Charles, 1928-
Publisher:St. Lucia, Queensland : University of Queensland Press,
Uniqueness:
  • There are 56 copies of this book in other libraries
  • and 56 copies of this specific edition.
Subjects:
Author:
  • Lehmann, Geoffrey, 1940-
Content Types:
  • text
Carrier Types:
  • volume
Physical Description:
  • 99 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm.
Summary:
  • "The five painters represented in this book - Irvine homer, Charles Callins, James Fardoulys, Sam Bryne and Henri Bastin rank with the best primitive painters in the world. The author has written a discerning commentary on each of the painters which combined with the transcripts of the interviews which form the second part of each chapter, provide a revealing insight into the lives, thoughts, ideas, and works of these outstanding Australian painters." - inside front cover.
Contents:
  • List of colour plates
  • List of black and white illustrations
  • Publishers' note
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Irvine Homer
  • "Jam-tin country"
  • Charles Callins
  • "And time went on and all"
  • James Fardoulys
  • "You know the famous Spartans"
  • Sam Byrne
  • "I always loved to see our Silver City"
  • Henri Bastin
  • "A lot of beautiful paradise...".
  • More...
  • More...
Notes:
  • Statement of responsibility on dust jacket: Geoffrey Lehmann with Charles Blackman.
  • Hardie Collection copy signed by the authors on t.p.
Other Form:
  • Online version Lehmann, Geoffrey, 1940- Australian primitive painters. St. Lucia, Q. : University of Queensland Press, 1977
Language:
  • English
ISBN:
  • 9780702210396
  • 0702210390
Dewey Number:
  • 759.994
Libraries Australia ID:
  • 26489614
  • 26489614
Contributed by:
  • Libraries Australia

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