Australian Colonial Paintings in the Australian National Gallery

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Australian National Gallery, Sep 10, 1987 - Art - 270 pages
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The first of several volumes to be published in association with the Australian National Gallery, this book offers a comprehensive analysis of Australian painting from the 1820s to the mid-1880s. Bonyhady's rigorous analysis of the individual works, supported by a wealth of biographical and historical detail, recreates the lively and influential artistic climate that prevailed during the first hundred years of colonial settlement.

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Baines Thomas
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Buvelot Louis
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Buvelot Louis
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About the author (1987)

Tim Bonyhady is an environmental lawyer. He is the author of Images in Opposition, Burke and Wills, and Places Worth Keeping.

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