Roy Jackson | Author: Mr Terence Maloon
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Roy Jackson: Hands On was begun before Jackson's death in 2013. It reveals the exhilarating breadth of Roy Jackson's painting as critics, curators and fellow artists share their experiences and insights with regard to his life and work.
The monograph includes 160 colour illustrations and six gatefolds plus selections from the artist's diaries and writings, photographs and detailed biographical notes.
Essay by Terence Maloon, with contributions by: Maggie Bassendine, Elisabeth Cummings, Sioux Garside, David Hawkes, Ildiko Kovacs, John McDonald, Barbara Neil, John Peart, Mick Rooney RA, Paul Selwood
30.0 x 24.0 cm
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