Michael Sweerts: 1618-1664

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Rijksmuseum, 2002 - Art - 192 pages
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Michael Sweerts: 1618-1664

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This first monograph in English on 17th-century Dutch painter Sweerts (1624-64) accompanied a touring exhibit of his paintings in Amsterdam, San Francisco, and Hartford, CT, last year. Reminiscent ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
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Acknowledgements
8
Lenders
9
Copyright

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Dr Peter Sutton is a distinguished anthropologist and linguist, and is widely regarded as Australia's foremost consultant anthropologist in the field of Aboriginal studies. He has worked with Aboriginal people in remote and rural areas since 1969 and he speaks languages from western and eastern Cape York Peninsula. He has written eleven books, including Languages of Cape York; Art and Land: Aboriginal Sculptures of the Lake Eyre Region; This is What Happened: Historical Narratives by Aborigines; Dreamings: The Art of Aboriginal Australia; Wik-Ngathan dictionary and country: Aboriginal Boundaries and Land Ownership in Australia.