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9780522850925

Through Artists' Eyes Australian Suburbs And Their Cities 1919û1945

Through Artists' Eyes Australian Suburbs And Their Cities 1919û1945
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  • ISBN-13: 9780522850925
  • ISBN: 0522850928
  • Publication Date: 2004
  • Publisher: Melbourne University Publishing

AUTHOR

Slater, John

SUMMARY

Featuring paintings and photographs, this beautifully illustrated collection exhibits how artists between the years of 1919 and 1945 recorded the coming of modernity to Australia. At a time when most artists were using rural subjects, these artists turned their attention to the tearing down of city centers and ordinary people at work and leisure, revealing an Australia that is familiar yet far from the iconic outback. From beaches photographed by Max Dupain to the building of the Sydney Harbour Bridge captured by Grace Cossington Smith and Jessie Trail, this unveils a crossing into contemporary times that helped to define Australian art.Slater, John is the author of 'Through Artists' Eyes Australian Suburbs And Their Cities 1919û1945', published 2004 under ISBN 9780522850925 and ISBN 0522850928.

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