Joanna Margaret Paul Drawing
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
1998 colour pencil Allie Eagle architecture Art New Zealand Artist's Statement Auckland autobiographical manuscript Bernadette Hall Bridie Lonie Catholic Writer City Art Gallery classical collaged colour pencil 295mm described Dunedin elevation Essays exhibition catalogue exhibition flyer facade flowers Fragile Communities/Intimate Maps Frances Hodgkins Frances Hodgkins Fellowship gouache Gregory O'Brien Hamilton Hamilton Centre Ian Wedde Imogen Interview with Lita Joanna Margaret Paul Joanna Paul Jocelyn Brown jugs Lands & Deeds Letters from Room Lita Barrie Maxwell Ave memory modern Modernists neo-Georgian house object Parapara Pascal in plaster Passionate Pilgrimage pastel Paul Estate Paul wrote Paul's drawing Peter Ireland poetry Port Chalmers Rita Angus Robert Talboys Room to Room Rooms & Episodes Rooms and Episodes Rotorua Sarjeant Gallery Shibusha space St Omer surface things tion tree Untitled Felix Harris Untitled sky Untitled view Victoria University Press viewer visual world Wanganui watercolour window Women's Art writing Written at St Zealand Listener