Surrealism in Australia Investigates those Australian artists ‘who perceived Surrealism to be a relevant and workable means of expression and who took from Surrealism what they could use’. Chapman has contributed an essay on Surrealism in Australia; has interviewed James Gleeeson and supplied a chronology of Surrealism in Australia (1923 -1949).
Publisher: National Gallery of Australia Canberra
Date Published: 1993
Book Condition: Good soft cover showing wear to cover edges, cover creasing and corner bumping and curl