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Maritime Paintings of Early Australia: 1788-1900

by Martin Terry

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0522846882, Hardcover)

This is the first major study of an often neglected aspect of Australian painting. Published in a large, generously-illustrated format, it surveys the genre from the beginning of European settlement to the end of the nineteenth century.

Martin Terry demonstrates how the major themes of early maritime painting were often influenced by economic and historical factors.

Large colour plates by such artists as William Westall, Conrad Martens, Oswald Brierly and Frederick Garling, are accompanied by biographical information on the artists and an assessment of their work.

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