Adrian Feint: Cornucopia
Adrian Feint (1894-1971) was a painter, printmaker, bookplate designer, illustrator, commercial artist and gallery director, known as 'a man of unerring taste and colour sense'. Adrian Feint: Cornucopia showcases the range of works of this unjustly neglected artist, focusing especially on his stunning flower paintings and landscapes. Adrian Feint: Cornucopia coincides with an exhibition of the same name opening at Carrick Hill, Adelaide, this August, showing through until 1 November, before touring to Geelong in late November 2009.
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ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Adelaide Adrian Feint Armidale Art in Australia Australian art bookplates Burdekin House exhibition Canberra Caroline Simpson Library Carrick Hill Carrick Hill Trust Christopher Shain Clune cm plate cm sight colour CORNUCOPIA David Murray Bequest design by Adrian Douglas Dundas Edward Hayward Elizabeth Bay England Regional Art Ex Libris Society Feint's art flower paintings flower pieces Fred and Elinor furniture Gallery of Australia Gallery of South Gallery of Victoria garden Garry Sommerfeld Grosvenor Galleries Hayward Bequest Hera Roberts Hibiscus Historic Houses Trust illustration included interior decoration John Martin's Art Julian Ashton landscape Margaret Preston Martin's Art Gallery modern Murray Bequest Fund National Gallery Nora Heysen oil on board oil on canvas Palm Beach Photograph Pittwater printed image Private collection published Regional Art Museum Richard Heathcote Roy de Maistre S.H. Ervin Gallery Sir James McGregor South Australia South Wales Staffordshire figure Sydney Ure Smith Thea Proctor tion Ursula Hayward