The Encyclopedia of Australian Art

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Allen & Unwin, 1994 - Art - 879 pages
Widely regarded as the authoritative reference on Australian art with its extensive colour plates and 4500 entries. Fully illustrated with more than 700 images on 1200 pages. Entries include: Aboriginal art, Abstractionism, art links, sculptors, photographers, craft workers and printmakers and much more.

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About the author (1994)

Alan McCulloch (1908-92) was one of Australia's foremost art critics. He wrote widely for Australian and international art journals and was director of the Mornington Peninsula Arts Centre 1970-91. His other books included The Golden Age of Australian Art, the Heidelberg School and Artists of the Australian Goldrush. ..Susan McCulloch is Alan McCulloch's daughter and a Melbourne-based art writer and publisher. She has written on the visual and other arts for newspapers and magazines including the Age, Australian, Bulletin and Melbourne Herald-Sun.

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