Janet Dawson's Printmaking, 1957-60
Janet Dawson is an Australian painter, printmaker and graphic artist whose art was highly influential during the 1960s. Between 1957 and 1960 she lived in Europe and made a number of distinctive lithographs and drawings. This thesis discusses possible theoretical approaches to these works and finds that they were investigating the uncertainty of visual perception and exploring a corporeal form of perception.
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