Thomas Bock: Convict Engraver, Society Portraitist

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Queen Victoria Museum & Art Galley, Jan 1, 1991 - Aboriginal Tasmanians - 107 pages
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Introduction -- Chronology -- Thomas Bock, engraver -- Thomas Bock, draughtsman -- Thomas Bock's portraits of the Tasmanian aborigines -- Thomas Bock: society portraitist, the oil paintings -- Thomas Bock as photographer -- Technical and conservation considerations: works on paper -- Technical and conservation considerations: oil paintings -- A word about frames -- Catalogue -- Tables.

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About the author (1991)

Thomas Bock is a Professor of Building Realization and Robotics at Technische Universitat Munchen (TUM). His research focuses on automation and robotics in building construction, from the planning, production, and utilization phases to the reorganization and deconstruction of a building. He is a member of the board of directors for the International Association for Automation and Robotics in Construction (IAARC), the Asian Habitat Society in Peking, and the International Institute of Construction Information in Tokyo. He has consulted for Ministere de l'Emploi, de la Cohesion Sociale et du Logement in France and is a member of the Academy of Architecture and Civil Engineering, the Petrovich Academy of Sciences, and the Academy of Informatics in White Russia. Professor Bock serves on the editorial boards of Robotica, Automation in Construction, and the International Journal of Construction Management. He has just been appointed coordinator for W119, a joint commission of Customized Industrial Construction (CIB) and the International Association for Automation and Robotics in Construction (IAARC).

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