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Rita Angus : life & vision / edited by William McAloon & Jill Trevelyan.

By: Angus, Rita, 1908-1970.
Contributor(s): McAloon, William, 1969- | Trevelyan, Jill | Trevelyan, Jill, 1963- | McAloon, William, 1969- [author.] | Trevelyan, Jill [author.] | Angus, Rita, 1908-1970 | McAloon, William, 1969- | Museum of New Zealand [author.] | Museum of New Zealand | Dunedin Public Art Gallery | Christchurch Art Gallery | Auckland Art Gallery.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Wellington, N.Z. : Te Papa Press, 2008Description: 232 pages : color illustrations, color portraits ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781877385353 (pbk.).Subject(s): Angus, Rita, 1908-1970 -- Exhibitions | Angus, Rita, 1908-1970 | Angus, Rita, 1908-1970 -- Criticism and interpretation | Painters -- New Zealand -- Exhibitions | Women painters -- New Zealand -- Exhibitions | Painting, New Zealand -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Women painters -- New Zealand | Angus, Rita, 1908-1970 Exhibitions | Women painters New Zealand ExhibitionsDDC classification: z759 ANG
Contents:
Foreword by Jonathan Mane-Wheoki -- Rita Angus : life and vision, by William McAloon and Jill Trevelyan -- My way was clear : the early years, by Julie King -- The landscape comes alive : the Cass works, by Peter Vangioni -- That famous meeting place : 97 Cambridge Terrace, by Peter Simpson -- Intent on the mountains : journeys of the late 1930s and wartime, by Linda Tyler -- Three portraits : Rita Angus and her paintings of mothers, by Ron Brownson -- The goddesses : Rita Angus's painted emissaries of peace, by Bronwyn Lloyd -- Out in time and space for Otago : Douglas Lilburn and Central Otago, by Gregory O'Brien -- Everything I paint has the sense of being alive : from nature to abstration, by Tony Mackle -- It is the present that matters : Rita Angus in Wellington, by Courtney Johnston -- Across country : visiting Hawke's Bay, by Joanne Drayton -- This place was history : the Bolton Street cemetery, by Lydia Wevers -- Colour, tone, line and form : Rita Angus's technique, by Sarah Hillary and Katherine Campbell.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This exquisite full-colour catalogue explores the life and work of Rita Angus (1908#150;70), one of New Zealand's best-loved artists and her legacy of art in New Zealand. It features magnificent reproductions of every artwork in the exhibition, from iconic landscapes and portraits like Cass and Rutu to work never before seen in public. Includes essays from well-known writers, critics, and art historians.

"This book is published in association with the exhibition Rita Angus : life & vision, Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, 5 July - 5 October 2008"--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliography (p. 226-227) and index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Includes bibliographical references (226-227 p.) and index.

Foreword by Jonathan Mane-Wheoki -- Rita Angus : life and vision, by William McAloon and Jill Trevelyan -- My way was clear : the early years, by Julie King -- The landscape comes alive : the Cass works, by Peter Vangioni -- That famous meeting place : 97 Cambridge Terrace, by Peter Simpson -- Intent on the mountains : journeys of the late 1930s and wartime, by Linda Tyler -- Three portraits : Rita Angus and her paintings of mothers, by Ron Brownson -- The goddesses : Rita Angus's painted emissaries of peace, by Bronwyn Lloyd -- Out in time and space for Otago : Douglas Lilburn and Central Otago, by Gregory O'Brien -- Everything I paint has the sense of being alive : from nature to abstration, by Tony Mackle -- It is the present that matters : Rita Angus in Wellington, by Courtney Johnston -- Across country : visiting Hawke's Bay, by Joanne Drayton -- This place was history : the Bolton Street cemetery, by Lydia Wevers -- Colour, tone, line and form : Rita Angus's technique, by Sarah Hillary and Katherine Campbell.

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