As head of the National Gallery School, Victoria, for six years and with paintings in all state and overseas collections, John Brack has established his reputation as a committed and important Australian artist. In this book thirty-two hand mounted colour reproductions of Brack’s best work combine with Ronald Millar’s individual and sensitive commentary to confirm this reputation.
Publisher: Lansdowne Press
Date Published: 1971(1st Ed.)
Book Condition: Very good+ hardcover in a good dust jacket showing some minor edge wear, corner wear and several small tears to the back top left corner and bottom right corner of dust jacket. The book is clean, tight and unmarked internally and there are remnants of a small attached sticker that has been partially removed on the inside front board. The top of the boards show some marbling from exposure to climate and there is some minor edge wear to bottom board corners