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A Bone of Fact - David Walsh autobiography
David Walsh - the creator of MONA in Hobart, Tasmania - is both a giant and an enigma in the Australian art world - this is his autobiography.


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A Far Microcosm - Building and Architecture in Van Diemen’s Land and Tasmania 1803-1914
A Far Microcosm is a detailed history of Tasmania's architectural heritage up to 1914, its influences and styles, its materials and construction, its forms and building types, and the adaptations made in response to climate and social and economic circumstances.

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A Passion for Nature - William Charles Piguenit
William Charles Piguenit (1836-1914) was the first Australian -born professional landscape painter and the first Tasmanian-born artist. Piguenit's artistic output spanned a period of activity and development from the late 1860s to the beginning of the 20th century.

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Annie Cocker - Colonial artist & historian 1857-1939, signed
This book illustrates Annie Cocker's particular talent with oils, watercolours and drawings to portray scenery and portraiture, as well as her principal botanical works.

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Celebrated Chairs
The story of George Peddle and Harry Hearn who brought the traditional craft of Windsor-chair making to Tasmania.

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Colonial Artist Henry Mundy and his music, signed
A biography and music scores of early colonial artist and music teacher in Van Diemen's Land, Henry Mundy.

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Enigmatic Mr Strange (The)
The story of Frederick Strange a convict transported to Van Diemen's Land who produced an important artistic record of Launceston and surrounds in the 1850s.

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Fifty Years of Painting in Tasmania 1925-1975
Over two hundred full-page colour reproductions with a compelling story of the development of Tasmanian art between 1925 to 1975.

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First Views of Lake St Clair - John Skinner Prout & Morton Allport
In 1862 the artist John Skinner Prout published an account of his 1845 trip to Lake St Clair. In 1863, his student and photographer Morton Allport travelled to Lake St Clair and using the new 'dry plate' technique, achieved the first photographic record of the area - Tasmania's first wilderness photographs.

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From Rabbit Traps to Rembrandts - a memoir by Nevin Hurst
Told in his own plain and unpretentious style, Nevin Hurst's memoir of a long and occasionally turbulent life is an account of a journey from humble beginnings in rural Tasmania to leadership in the world of Australian art.

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