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Looking at Landscape Through the Lens of the Glover Prize

Looking at Landscape Through the Lens of the Glover Prize
 
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What artists have chosen to depict in landscape painting has shifted over time. Today, this genre of art-making is not only about representing the natural world as we see it, but increasingly it is also about how we construct and understand the world we live in.

In this book we look through the eyes of John Glover and many of the artists who have entered Evandale's Glover Prize in order to examine the different ways landscape can be expressed and understood.

Small hardcover book
Spiral binding
Published: 2011
48-pages
Dimensions: 18.5cm wide x 18.5cm tall
SKU SKU19050
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Weight 0.25 kg
Author Jane Deeth
ISBN 9780646558400
 
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