Joanna Margaret Paul Drawing

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Auckland University Press and Mahara Gallery, 2006 - Art - 139 pages
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An artist whose work enjoyed limited public exposure during her lifetime, Joanna Paul is reevaluated in this collection of drawings of landscapes and architecture in a range of media. The accompanying essays place the drawings in historical context and highlight the artist's distinctive skills.

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Foreword Gerald Barnett
Space and architecture in the work of Joanna Margaret Paul

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About the author (2006)

Jill Trevelyan is the art advisory officer for New Zealand's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the author of Toss Wollaston: A Life in Letters, which in 2005 was named a finalist in the Montana NZ Book Awards. Sarah Treadwell is a registered architect and a member of the editorial board for Fabrications, the journal of the Society of Architectural Historians of Australia and New Zealand.

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