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Nerli; an Italian painter in the South Pacific.


Nerli; an Italian painter in the South Pacific.

Dunn, Michael.

Auckland University Press


154 pages




Italian painter Nerli spent the last two decades of the 19th century in Australia and New Zealand and for several decades has been the subject of study by art historian Dunn (U. of Auckland), who has written several books on New Zealnd art. This slightly oversize volume (11.25x11") presents 41 full-page color plates, each with some explanatory text; three extended essays on Nerli's life and work; and supplementary material including letters, an exhibitions list, a chronology, and a bibliography. Distribution in the US is by IPG.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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