A SUPERIOR copy. Art book documenting the work and life of acclaimed Australian artist Arthur Boyd (1920-1999). Traces the influences on Boyd during periods in both his native Australia and in England, and examines the main themes of his work. Foreword by Martin Kemp, Professor of History of Art, University of Oxford. Includes over 250 illustrations – 110 being full-colour reproductions – along with notes, chronology, bibliography, chronological list of reviews and articles, and index. Author, currently resident in Scotland, studied at the Australian National University and University of Melbourne, and has taught art history in Canberra, Melbourne and Sydney. Other works include ‘Arthur Boyd at Bundanon’ and ‘Noel Counihan’. pp. 224 illusts #0318
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