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|Title:||Painting ghosts - Australian women artists in wartime|
|Publisher Place:||11 Central Boulevard, Fishermans Bend, Vic 3207|
|Contents:||Introduction: War and peace. The First World War: 1. Official war art: where are the women? -- 2. Behind the lines -- 3. Women on the home front -- 4. Grace Cossington Smith and the politics of war -- 5. Picturing men making history -- 6. War’s end: the aftermath. The Second World War: 7. The Second World War: women artists respond -- 8. Nora Heysen’s view from the Pacific region -- 9. Stella Bowen’s view from Britain -- 10. Sybil Craig’s view from the home front -- 11. Hope and tears, love, romance and lots of hard work -- 12. Peace at last -- Postscript: Wendy Sharpe in East Timor.|
|Subject:||War artists Australia History 20th century.|
Women artists 20th century Australia.
Art and war.
War in art.
Women and war Australia.
|Appears in Collections:||History publications|
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