• Art & Australia Vol. 33 No. 1 Spring 1995

Art & Australia Vol. 33 No. 1 Spring 1995



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This issue of Art and Australia features commentary on the contributions of Heather Johnson, Howard Taylor, and Peter Booth. The essays within explore the relationship of the artist between both nature and woman and the art that results. 


From Phillip to Phillip Street: The Museum of Sydney - Nicholas Thomas

The Balance of Power: Casula Powerhouse - Jo Holder

The English: The second volume of Heather Johnson's Roy de Maistre - Mary Eagle 

Howard Taylor's World of Light - Howard Taylor's exhibition at Galerie Düsseldorf's new premises - Daniel Thomas

The Art of Borrowing Masterpieces: The Matisse exhibition and conference - Mary Roberts and Jill Beaulieu

Madness and Landscape: The art of Peter Booth in the age of unreason - Helen McDonald

The Movement of Women: Australian women photographers from the seventies to the nineties - Gael Newton

His Own Man: The art of Ginger Riley Munduwalawala - Anne Brody

Wildflowering: Western Australian flower painting - Janda Gooding

Ethel Anderson and the Turramurra Wall Painters - Anne Speer

Reclaiming Australia: The Port Jackson School and its exile - Ian McLean 

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