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Robert Hannaford: Natural eye

Robert Hannaford: Natural eye

Hannaford is one of Australia's foremost portrait artists, but this is only one aspect of his work. This book reveals a richer, fuller story: of an artist who deliberately places representation over abstraction, producing art that celebrates the visual world in all its variety wh... read full description below.

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ISBN 9781862547773
Barcode 9781862547773
Published 19 November 2007 by Wakefield Press
Format Paperback, illustrated edition
Author(s) By Neylon, John
By (artist) Hannaford, Robert
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ISBN-13 9781862547773
ISBN-10 1862547777
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Status In stock at publisher; ships 6-12 working days
Publisher Wakefield Press
Imprint Wakefield Press
Publication Date 19 November 2007
Publication Country Australia Australia
Format Paperback, illustrated edition
Edition illustrated edition
Author(s) By Neylon, John
By (artist) Hannaford, Robert
Category Painting & Paintings
Individual Artists
Portraits In Art
Australian
Number of Pages 104
Dimensions Width: 215mm
Height: 285mm
Weight 540g
Interest Age General Audience
Reading Age General Audience
Library of Congress Artists
NBS Text Individual Artists / Art Monographs
ONIX Text College/higher education;General/trade
Dewey Code 759.99423;750
Catalogue Code Not specified

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Robert Hannaford: Natural Eye, the first book to be published on this acclaimed artist, reveals a richer, fuller story: of an artist who deliberately places representation over abstraction, producing art that celebrates the visual world in all its variety while interrogating its place in the human imagination. Hannaford has been a finalist in every Archibald Prize exhibition since 1991, and winner of the Archibald People's Choice Prize on three occasions. His subjects include Dame Joan Sutherland, Sir Donald Bradman, Sir Edward Woodwards, Hon. Paul Keating, Jean Blackburn, Hon. Bob Hawke, Sir Gerard Brennen, Professor Rolf Prince and Hugh Stretton.

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