• Art & Australia Vol. 38 No. 3 Autumn 2001

Art & Australia Vol. 38 No. 3 Autumn 2001



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During 2001, Art and Australia will consider historical and contemporary Australian art that indicates something of our developing national psyche. In this issue, Jessie Serle writes on domestic architecture and the decorative arts as a reflection of what it meant to be Australian one hundred years ago. How we design and build our houses, and furnish them, remains a national preoccupation. 


Two laws ... One big spirit - Peter and Adsett

Maddock and MAcPherson

Arthur Boyd at Australia House in London

Allan Baker: Romantic humanist

Bill Hammond: 23 Big Pictures

Hilda Rix Nicholas and William Frater

Architecture and decorative arts in federated Australia

Beautiful and true - Nora Heysen

Faces in dialogue - An interview with Andrew Sayers

Saltwater country - Paintings from Yirrkala

Place-making in a liminal zone - KSA's 'Art at Work'

David Noonan - A space odyssey

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