Cubism & Australian Art

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The Miegunyah Press, 2009 - Art - 309 pages
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Featuring more than 80 international and Australian artists, this examination of cubism shows the impact of this revolutionary and transformative movement on Australian painting from the early 20th century to the present day. With rigorous historical research and analysis as well as stunning reproductions of key works, this consideration traces cubism from its first manifestations through its influence on contemporary art. Showcased artists include Sam Atyeo, Alexander Archipenko, Dorrit Black, George Braque, Grace Crowley, Juan Gris, Adrian Lawlor, Fernand L_ger, Roy de Maistre, Pablo Picasso, and Margaret Preston.


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CHAPTER 1 LEsprit Nouveau 19131929 Lesley Harding
CHAPTER 2 Australia in the World and the World in Australia 19301939 Lesley Harding
CHAPTER 3 Repicturing the Modern World 19401949 Lesley Harding
Postwar Cubism 19501979 Sue Cramer
CHAPTER 5 PostCubism 19802009 Sue Cramer

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Lesley Harding is a writer, a lecturer, an art historian, and a curator at the Heide Museum of Modern Art. Sue Cramer is a writer and a curator at the Heide Museum of Modern Art.