|Item type||Location||Collection||Call number||Copy||Status||Notes||Date due||Barcode||Item holds|
|Book||Main library||Non-fiction||IAA PRE 2005 (Browse shelf)||1||Available||2014-0555|
|Book||Main library||Non-fiction||IAA PRE 2005B (Browse shelf)||2||Available||Donated by Des Chabrel 28 September 2016||2016-0700|
|Book||Secure book room||Non-fiction||IAA PRE 2005C (Browse shelf)||3||Not For Loan||Bequest of Gordon Mart 29 September 2016||2016-0892|
Published in association with the exhibition 'Margaret Preston : Art and Life', held at: Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 29th July-23rd October 2005; National Gallery of Victoria, 12 November 2005-29 January 2006; Queensland Art Gallery, 18 February-7 May 2006; Art Gallery of South Australia, 26 May-13 August 2006.
CD-Rom titled: Margaret Preston : catalogue raisonné of paintings, monotypes and ceramics.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Foreword / Edmund Capon Introduction Genesis of a still-life painter, 1890s-1911 The decorative vision 1912-1919 Transitions 1920s Berowra 1930s 'An art for Australia from Australians' 1940s-50s The decorative vision, 1912-1919 Transitions, 1920s Drawing connections / Rose Peel The tea urn (still life), c1909 / Denise Mimmocchi Still life with teapot and daisies, 1915 / Rose Peel Thea Proctor's tea party, 1924 / Andrew Sayers Wheel flower, c1929 / Deborah Clark Aboriginal flowers, 1928 / Julie Ewington Implement blue, 1927 Barry Pearce Banksia, 1927 / Mary Eagle Self portrait, 1930 / Catriona Moore Tank traps, 1943 / Humphrey McQueen Aboriginal landscape, 1941 / Ian North Aboriginal still life, 1940 / Djon Mundine The brown pot, 1940 / Hetti Perkins Flying over the Shoalhaven River, 1942 / Edmond Capon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, 1950 / Geoffrey Smith Biographical notes Exhibition list of works.
K-12 students and teachers.
Accompanying CD-ROM entitled: Margaret Preston : catalogue raisonné of paintings, monotypes and ceramics / Denise Mimmocchi, Deborah Edwards, Rose Peel and the Trustees of the Art Gallery of NSW, accompanies the touring exhibition Margaret Preston: art and life, organised by the Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, 2005 and the monograph Margaret Preston, Art Gallery of NSW 2005. It aims to represent all known Margaret Preston paintings, monotypes and ceramics, is the product of extensive searches and research of the artist's work. It remains a work in progress and part of an ongoing project of identifying and locating Preston's work.
System requirements: This CD can be used on any computer with a modern web browser, including version 5 and higher of Internet Explorer. Recommended minimum screen resolution 800 x 600. Internet access not required.