James Gleeson: images from the shadows
James Gleeson, a Surrealist painter and poet, produces images that originate in the depths of his psyche and emerge from the shadows of his soul. His career spans from 1938 to the present day, and encompasses works created in response to wartime. The haunting and beautiful "Garden" paintings, his heroic "psychoscapes" and experimental collages, and the most recent "cosmic" paintings, explore the undercurrents within the subconscious mind. This fascinating and beautifully illustrated book contains 12 new color plates. This edition replaces 976-8097-63-9.
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approx Australia 1982 Australian art Australian National Gallery beauty charcoal and watercolour Charles Nodrum Gallery Collection of Frank collection Plate conscious Contemporary Art Society Dada dated lower left dated lower right DavidJones Art Gallery decalcomania decalcomania technique diary date diarydate dreams Fabriani paper Five Wounds Frank O'Keefe Frank O'Keefe Lower frottage Gallery of Australia Gallery of Victoria Gleeson painted Gosford human Italy James Gleeson Judgment of Paris Jung Macquarie Galleries Macquarie University Melbourne mother O'Keefe Centre Oil on canvas Oil on canvasboard Oil on hardboard Pastel Picasso's poems Pretext of Accident Private collection psyche psychic Queensland Art Gallery reality Ritual of Homicide Robert Klippel senses shadow signed and dated signed and titled signed lower left signed lower right South Wales Sower Surrealism Surrealist Sydney Collection Sydney Teachers College symbol Tristan and Isolde unconscious University of Sydney watercolour on Fabriani watercolour on paper Watters Gallery Whereabouts unknown