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JGG Exhibition Catalogues

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Frances Hodgkins: A Singular Artist
 

The accompanying catalogue to the 2016 exhibition features early to late career works by Frances Hodgkins, encompassing a range of styles and techniques employed by the artist over the course of her incredible career.
 

Written by Richard Wolfe. Research by Jonathan Gooderham.
20 page catalogue with 10 colour plates & a full description of each painting.

RRP $25.00* plus P&P.

 
 
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Frances Hodgkins: The Expatriate Years 1901 - 1947
 

The accompanying publication to the 2012 exhibition of rare and highly important drawings and watercolours from every decade of the artist’s expatriate years in England and Europe.
 

Written by Grace Alty & Jonathan Gooderham. Edited by Jemma Field.
24 page catalogue with 11 colour plates, 9 photographs & a full description of each painting.

RRP $25.00* plus P&P.

 
 
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Frances Hodgkins: Watercolours From Europe 1901 - 1940
 

The accompanying publication to the 2008 exhibition of watercolours from the artists' travels to Europe between the years 1901 - 1940. Many of the works included are from the collection of a French arts patron.
 

Written by Jonathan Gooderham.
12 page catalogue with 6 colour plates
& a full description of each painting.
RRP $15.00* plus P&P.

 
 

JGG Publications

Frances Hodgkins in the Cotswolds
 

Frances Hodgkins in the Cotswolds
 

In 1922 Frances Hodgkins moved to the Cotswolds town of Burford about twenty miles from Oxford. There she rented a lovely old barn, which was to serve both as a studio and her living quarters. She was determined to make the barn into a ‘Hodgkins centre’, where pupils could rally round and immerse themselves in art.


Written by Jonathan Gooderham.
24 page hardcover book with
over 50 colour photographs.
PRINTED TO ORDER

 

Phone: +64 9 308 9125 • Email: jonathan@jgg.co.nz

* All prices in New Zealand Dollars


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