Rita Angus

Rita Angus : Life and Vision

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In July 2008, Te Papa will celebrate the centenary of Rita Angus's birth with a major new exhibition of her work. This catalogue will be the first to acknowledge Angus's status as an artist, with full-page colour reproductions of every work included in the show. Drawing on public and private collections, it will present a range of Angus' work never seen before, from iconic paintings like Rutu (1951), Cass (1936) and Flight (1969) to Angus's celebrated and intriguing self-portraits, and previously undocumented works in a surprising range of media and styles. A substantial introduction places Rita Angus as a pioneer of modern painting in New Zealand and examines her legacy. Fourteen writers and critics present all-new criticism on every period of the artist's work, revealing what makes Rita Angus so significant - her vision, her virtuosity and above all her commitment.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 144 pages
  • 241.3 x 298.45 x 27.94mm | 1,401.15g
  • Wellington, New Zealand
  • English
  • colour illustrations
  • 1877385352
  • 9781877385353
  • 1,577,785

About Jill Trevelyan

Jill Trevelyan is the co-author of Rita Angus: Live to Paint and Paint to Live (2001), the editor of Toss Woollaston: A Life in Letters (Te Papa Press, 2004) and most recently, author of the biography Rita Angus: Portrait of an Artist (Te Papa Press, 2008).
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