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Fred Williams by Patrick McCaughey
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Fred Williams (edition 1980)

by Patrick McCaughey (Author)

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"This scholarly and highly illustrated study of Fred Williams was originally published in 1980, and was the first comprehensive and fully researched attempt to inform a wider public of the significance of Williams' work. The author traces the artist's career from his student days through his years of mature achievement to the flowering of his art in the last years of his life. This third revised edition includes a new chapter, which looks at Williams' place in the Australian art scene and includes new insights into Williams as man and artist."--Provided by publisher.… (more)
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Fred Williams 1927-1982 by Patrick McCaughey

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"This scholarly and highly illustrated study of Fred Williams was originally published in 1980, and was the first comprehensive and fully researched attempt to inform a wider public of the significance of Williams' work. The author traces the artist's career from his student days through his years of mature achievement to the flowering of his art in the last years of his life. This third revised edition includes a new chapter, which looks at Williams' place in the Australian art scene and includes new insights into Williams as man and artist."--Provided by publisher.

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