Constance Stokes: Art&Life
Constance Stokes: Art & Life, researched and written by her daughter, Lucilla Wyborn d’Abrera is the first serious book to be published devoted exclusively to the life and works of Constance Stokes. This magnificent work also contains a Foreword by Anne Summers and two scholarly essays by renowned art historians and authors, Dr. Jane Clark and Felicity St. John Moore
Constance Stokes (1906-1991) was one of Australia’s greatest artists - trained at the National Gallery School of Victoria, where in 1931 she won the Travelling Scholarship to the Royal Academy in London, also working briefly with the famous Cubist painter and teacher, Andre Lhote, in Paris. She is represented in every major gallery in Australia, and her works are keenly sought after by private collectors and galleries throughout Australia and also in Europe.
Published by Hill House Publishers (Melbourne & London) the book contains 234 pages, full colour throughout. Dimensions 315 x 260 cm. Laminated dust jacked, hard cover, square back binding.
$95.00 plus $25.00 postage