Graham Fransella: Figures and Landscapes
British-born Graham Fransella has a rapidly growing reputation in Australia as a print-maker and painter whose idiosyncratic abstract compositions capture many aspects of the great outback with which veiwers indentify immediately. Reproductions from his sketchbooks, in which he reveals his exceptional ability as an observer of the human form, are a special feature of the book. It also includes interpretive essays by well-known Australian art critics Susan McCulloch and Peter Timms.
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