75th ANNIVERSARY BOOK
83rd ANNIVERSARY BOOK
The new Australian Watercolour Institute Book was launched on the 30th October
2006 at the residence of Emeritus President Peter Pinson OAM.
Title: The Australian Watercolour Institute: A Galley of Australia's Finest Watercolours
Author: Pinson, Peter/ Campbell, Jean/ Laverty, Peter
Year Published: 2006 Phillip Mathews Book Publishers Binding: Hardcover
This monumental work celebrates Australia's finest watercolours under the distinguished
imprimatur of the Australian Watercolour Institute, the nation's premier academy
of watercolourists for 83 years. More than 150 contemporary Australian watercolours,
plus 40 significant historical works, are reproduced to an exacting standard on
quality paper. The book richly illustrates the work of current members of the Institute
and also overviews the work of former members. It is prefaced by essays, which document
the Institute's history and activities. To a large extent, the history of the Institute
is the history of modern watercolour painting in Australia. The Australian Watercolour
Institute: A Galley of Australia's Finest Watercolours is an elegant art book that
both informs and pleases the higher senses, an ideal gift for any art lover.
$50.00 per copy including postage
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INSTINCT and the RESPONSIVE MARK
by PETER PINSON
The Institute’s immediate Past President, Emeritus
Professor Peter Pinson OAM
has written this monograph on fellow Institute Member Christopher Gentle.
Peter Pinson, an authority on Australian Art, has written
monographs for Craftsmen
House on Rodney Milgate, Emanuel Raft and Elwyn Lynn.
This work on Christopher Gentle has been published
by the University of NSW,
College of Fine Arts. It has 89 pages with 21
full colour illustrations.
This handsome publication can be purchased by sending a $15.00 cheque (that includes
packing and postage) to:
Chris Gentle, 307 Annandale Street, NSW 2038
For more information please contact Chris at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Honoured Member of the
Australian Watercolour Institute
From 1937 – 1993
AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MY MOTHER
by Meg Stewart
Description of book
This delightful biography of Australian painter Margaret Coen is written by her
daughter, Meg Stewart.
Margaret Coen was born into an era when it wasn't easy for a woman to forge an artistic
career. Yet she survived as a commercial artist during the Depression, joining Sydney's
bohemian set in their sketch clubs and raucous studio parties. She became close
friends with Norman Lindsay and married poet Douglas Stewart, which immediately
gave her entr�e‚ into Sydney's literary circles of the time.
Meg tells her mother's story, first published twenty years ago, in Margaret's voice,
with a stream of anecdotes and personal details that build a captivating picture
of her life and of Australian social and artistic history in this era. Meg has also
written a fascinating new chapter on her mother's relationship with Norman Lindsay.
RRP: $27.95 Paperback from the Random House Publishers
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a passion for painting
by Meg Stewart
Lilly Pilly with grass tree flowers,
The moon over Ku-ring-gai, 1970s
The reproduction of this magnificent book represent sixty years
of painting, encompassing various genres. Together with the moving description
of her life, they provide an inspiring tribute to a woman artist.
Published by State Library of New South Wales Press 1997 -
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FRED CRESS AM
Whispers: Fred Cress Drawings 1959-2007