Joy Hester and friends
Hester’s work was closely bound up with her remarkable life story and personality; her intensity and vitality as a young artist during the war years when she was married to Albert Tucker, her struggle with Hodgkin’s disease, and her passionate and fulfilling relationship with Gray Smith from the late 1940s until her untimely death at the age of 40. Deborah Hart traces Hester’s artistic development from her student drawings, to her powerful shell-shocked faces of the mid-40s that drew upon film footage of the Nazi concentration camps, and the personal images of lovers and children in the 1950s.
Publisher: National Gallery of Australia
Date Published: 2001 (1st Ed.)
Book Condition: Very good+ soft cover showing some small scuff marks to covers and some minor edge wear, otherwise a clean, tight and unmarked copy internally
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