Rover Thomas: I Want To Paint | Editor: Belinda Carringan
In the year 2000, The Holmes a Court Collection presented a focused exhibition of ten paintings by Rover Thomas at The Holmes a Court Gallery. The premise was to raise public awareness of the unique nature of the works, and the artist who created them.
This publication and exhibition evolved from this initial imperative and in response to increasing public interest in Rover Thomas and his art. The catalogue also offers the reader an insight into the life of the artist and the country he lived in and painted.
Editor: Belinda Carrigan
24.5 x 30.0cm
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