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A Documentary History of Australian Domestic Interiors from 1788-1914 Terence Lane & Jessie Serle] Kevin Fahy 91:6 An Early Australian Lighthouse Surviving in Model Form in Hobart Peter Mercer 92: Notice to Members Kevin Fahy 92: A Relic of the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallerys Past Returns to Tasmania Peter Mercer 92: A Practical Guide: Plaster Work: Styles, History, Materials, Suppliers by Joanna Capon.
The career of an artist and art teacher on the Darling Downs Glenn R.“Speak Dead Speaker” is more static (it’s easy to see why these two EPs were bundled together). Indeed, Nilda was trouble more or less from the start–“brown trash,” he calls her. And since their mom would freak if she knew that, Yunior was not allowed to sleep on the upstairs couch–he had to be in the basement with them.The story follows their relationship, with Rafa treating her okay, but not great and, of course, he has another woman on the side.But this story differs from some of the other Junot Díaz stories in that although it is about Nilda, there is also a tragedy in Yunior’s family.It’s quite horrible, and yet it is sort of glossed over–it’s an interesting conceit that Nilda’s story is more important that his family’s (especially given how the story ends). But Yunior still sees Nilda around and watches as she makes some really bad choices and her life goes slowly downhill.Sinfield 97: The Australiana Society Meeting 6 March 1997 Caressa Crouch 97: The Australian Colonial House.
James Broadbent [Review] The Editor [Johanna Cole] 97: Furniture Inventories of Government House, Parramatta 1821-1855 Kevin Fahy 97: "Building a Better World of Tommorrow [sic] with the Tools of Today" Michael Bogle 98: Australia Day Picnic 1998 Vaucluse House Caressa Crouch 98: The Architects Sketchbook.
Portrait painter to the not very rich or famous Richard Neville 00: News A Sinister Question 00: Of Mrs Gray, Nareeb Nareeb, Painted Eggs, Black Swans, Tree Ferns and Queens John Hawkins 01: An opened trunk, a fantastic discovery Lisa Bateman 01: News [Three Queensland Exhibitions] 01: Thomas Griffiths Wainewrights Reunion of Eros and Psyche and Lothaire of Bourgogne Peter R. The life of colonial painter Frederick Strange Robyn Lake & Therese Mulford 02: Changing Images.
The painter and the photographer [Robyn Lake & Therese Mulford] 02: Georges Hall, Major Johnstons Bankstown estate Peter R.
An exhibition at the State Library of New South Wales until 16 August 1998 John Murphy 98: Beyond Architecture.
Marion Mahoney and Walter Burley Griffin in America, Australia and India 98: The Australiana Society Lecture 5 March 1998 Caressa Crouch 98: The Fibro Frontier.
Federation opulence in the Southern Highlands Patrick De Gabriele 07: Letter to the editor John Hawkins 07: Architectural models A small imitation of a larger reality: Francis Low, model maker, and the original Government House of Van Diemens Land Peter Mercer 90:4 An early Australian lighthouse surviving in model form in Hobart Peter Mercer 92: George Peck purveyor of the fine arts Robyn Lake 03:5 The lost Strasburg Clock Alan J Robb 05: Art/Artists (also see Arts and Crafts Movement; Folk art) New Publications [A Place for Art - A century of Art, Craft, Design and Industrial Arts Education in Hobart Lindsay Broughton, George Burrows & Elizabeth Lada] Kevin Fahy] 89: Printmaking in Sydney 1800-1850 Richard Neville 90: S. Fleeting Encounters: Pictures and Chronicles of the First Fleet 95:1:7 Book Notice [Heritage: The National Womens Art Book: 500 works by 500 Australian Women from colonial times to 1995 (Ed.) Joan Kerr] 95: Art and Science: Early Australian Natural History Drawings and Engravings Jane Lennon 95: (Corrigenda of at 95:) A Collectors Profile - An Interview with M. Cooke 97: Why Early Colonial Art is not what it seems Richard Neville 97:3 The Architects Sketchbook.