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Arthur Streeton, 1867-1943

by Geoffrey Smith

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This illustrated, annotated catalogue was prepared to accompany a retrospective exhibition curated by the author, who is the assistant curator of Australian art at the National Gallery of Victoria. Presents 83 of Streeton's works and provides biographical details, a discussion of Streeton's style and method, as well as giving information about each painting. The exhibition was one of a series honouring notable historical figures in Australian art. Includes a chronology and references. Also available in paperback.… (more)
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This illustrated, annotated catalogue was prepared to accompany a retrospective exhibition curated by the author, who is the assistant curator of Australian art at the National Gallery of Victoria. Presents 83 of Streeton's works and provides biographical details, a discussion of Streeton's style and method, as well as giving information about each painting. The exhibition was one of a series honouring notable historical figures in Australian art. Includes a chronology and references. Also available in paperback.

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