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Goldie / Roger Blackley.

By: Blackley, Roger, 1953-.
Contributor(s): Goldie, C. F. (Charles Frederick), 1870-1947 | Goldie, C. F. (Charles Frederick), 1870-1947 [author.] | Goldie, C. F. (Charles Frederick), 1870-1947 | Auckland Art Gallery [author.] | Auckland Art Gallery.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Auckland Art Gallery ; David Bateman, 1997Description: viii, 200 pages : illustrations (some color), facsimiles, portraits ; 30 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 1869533402 (hbk.) :; 1869533526 (pbk.).Subject(s): Goldie, C. F. (Charles Frederick), 1870-1947 | Painters -- New Zealand -- Biography | Maori (New Zealand people) -- Portraits | Portrait painting -- 20th century -- New Zealand | Art, Maori | Waka toi | Kōrero taumata | Tāngata | Kōrero nehe | Painting, New Zealand | Painters -- New Zealand | Art -- Exhibitions | Portrait painting, New Zealand | Artists -- New Zealand -- Biography | Portrait painting, New Zealand -- 20th century | Art, Maori -- Exhibitions | Goldie, Charles F. (Charles Frederick), 1870-1947 | Goldie, C.F. (Charles Frederick), 1870-1947 | Maori (New Zealand people) Portraits | Portrait painting 20th century New Zealand | Art, New ZealandDDC classification: 759.993
Contents:
The art of Charles F. Goldie -- Early life -- An artists emerges -- The Academie Julian, Paris -- Life in Paris -- Plans for the future -- The arrival -- Launching a career -- 'Noble relics' -- Repeat performances -- Enlarging the gallery -- The other side of fame -- Continuing the career -- Elopement to Sydney -- The menace of modernism -- The late career -- Goldie's posthumous fortunes -- Breaking the records -- Theft, vandalism and forgery -- The 'Ranfurly' controversy -- Goldie in the Maori world -- Trouble with reproductions -- Smoothing the pillow -- Pakeha 'history' -- Goldie's legacy -- Plates -- Ta Moko : Maori tattoo / Ngahuia te Awekotuku -- Two paintings by C.F. Goldie : their brilliant careers / Leonard Bell -- Materials and techniques / David J. Wise -- Plates -- Selected historical writings -- Goldie's exhibitions -- Notes to the text.
"Published on the occasion of the exhibition Goldie, Auckland Art Gallery, 28 June-28 October, 1997"--Title page verso. -Includes bibliographical references (page 197) and index. -The art of Charles F. Goldie -- Early life -- An artists emerges -- The Academie Julian, Paris -- Life in Paris -- Plans for the future -- The arrival -- Launching a career -- 'Noble relics' -- Repeat performances -- Enlarging the gallery -- The other side of fame -- Continuing the career -- Elopement to Sydney -- The menace of modernism -- The late career -- Goldie's posthumous fortunes -- Breaking the records -- Theft, vandalism and forgery -- The 'Ranfurly' controversy -- Goldie in the Maori world -- Trouble with reproductions -- Smoothing the pillow -- Pakeha 'history' -- Goldie's legacy -- Plates -- Ta Moko : Maori tattoo / Ngahuia te Awekotuku -- Two paintings by C.F. Goldie : their brilliant careers / Leonard Bell -- Materials and techniques / David J. Wise -- Plates -- Selected historical writings -- Goldie's exhibitions -- Notes to the text.
Awards: Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 1998: Illustrative Arts. | Montana New Zealand Book Awards 1998 Illustrative Arts Winner.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Charles F. Goldie (1870-1947) is one of New Zealand's best known artists, with mystique surrounding his work. His fame has been fed by newspaper reports documenting record-shattering prices, thefts, vandalism and forgeries. The book explores Goldie's career, his early still life paintings, his time as a student in Paris, his reign as Aukland's leading painter, the fall from critical favour, descent into ill health and distinctive late period paintings of the 1930s.

"Published by Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki ... in association with David Bateman."--T.p. verso.

"Published on the occasion of the exhibition, Goldie Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki, 28 June - 28 October 1997."--T.p. verso.

Includes bibliographical references (p. 197) and index.

The art of Charles F. Goldie -- Early life -- An artists emerges -- The Academie Julian, Paris -- Life in Paris -- Plans for the future -- The arrival -- Launching a career -- 'Noble relics' -- Repeat performances -- Enlarging the gallery -- The other side of fame -- Continuing the career -- Elopement to Sydney -- The menace of modernism -- The late career -- Goldie's posthumous fortunes -- Breaking the records -- Theft, vandalism and forgery -- The 'Ranfurly' controversy -- Goldie in the Maori world -- Trouble with reproductions -- Smoothing the pillow -- Pakeha 'history' -- Goldie's legacy -- Plates -- Ta Moko : Maori tattoo / Ngahuia te Awekotuku -- Two paintings by C.F. Goldie : their brilliant careers / Leonard Bell -- Materials and techniques / David J. Wise -- Plates -- Selected historical writings -- Goldie's exhibitions -- Notes to the text.

"Published on the occasion of the exhibition Goldie, Auckland Art Gallery, 28 June-28 October, 1997"--Title page verso. -Includes bibliographical references (page 197) and index. -The art of Charles F. Goldie -- Early life -- An artists emerges -- The Academie Julian, Paris -- Life in Paris -- Plans for the future -- The arrival -- Launching a career -- 'Noble relics' -- Repeat performances -- Enlarging the gallery -- The other side of fame -- Continuing the career -- Elopement to Sydney -- The menace of modernism -- The late career -- Goldie's posthumous fortunes -- Breaking the records -- Theft, vandalism and forgery -- The 'Ranfurly' controversy -- Goldie in the Maori world -- Trouble with reproductions -- Smoothing the pillow -- Pakeha 'history' -- Goldie's legacy -- Plates -- Ta Moko : Maori tattoo / Ngahuia te Awekotuku -- Two paintings by C.F. Goldie : their brilliant careers / Leonard Bell -- Materials and techniques / David J. Wise -- Plates -- Selected historical writings -- Goldie's exhibitions -- Notes to the text.

Montana New Zealand Book Awards, 1998: Illustrative Arts.

Montana New Zealand Book Awards 1998 Illustrative Arts Winner.

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