Asian art and Australia: 1830s-1930s
In researching this topic, I have developed chapters on a History of Taste in Australia (as related to Asia), incorporating discussion of the late-nineteenth century art movements of Chinoiserie, Japonisme and Aestheticism (chapters 1 to 3). Chapters 4, 5, 6 and 7 focus on particular visual and cultural phenomena throughout Australia which are correlated to these movements, and are largely documented from primary sources. As an overview of the growth and content of Asian collections...[Show more]
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