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Edward Bullmore : a surrealist odyssey / Penelope Jackson.

By: Jackson, Penelope, 1962-.
Contributor(s): Tauranga Art Gallery Toi Tauranga.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: [Tauranga, N.Z.] : Tauranga Art Gallery Toi Tauranga, 2008Description: x, 103 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780473133023 (pbk.).Subject(s): Bullmore, Edward, 1933-1978 | Bullmore, Edward, 1933-1978.' | Painting, New Zealand -- 20th century -- Exhibitions | Painters -- New Zealand -- Biography | Artists -- New Zealand -- Exhibitions | Surrealism -- New Zealand | Sculpture, New Zealand | Sculptors -- New Zealand -- Biography | Sculpture, New Zealand -- 20th century -- ExhibitionsDDC classification: 709.2 Summary: "Edward Bullmore's story is relatively unknown. As a young emerging artist in the late 1950's he left New Zealand to widen his artistic horizons in Western Europe. After a decade of success in London, Bullmore returned to New Zealand taking up a teaching position at Rotorua Boys' High School. For various reasons his story has not been told up until now. A gift of 297 works to the Tauranga Art Gallery Toi Tauranga in 2006 by his widow Jacqueline Bullmore came with just one condition, to tell Bullmore's story. This exhibition and publication is the story of a New Zealand Surrealist and the artistic journey he took." -- Inside front cover.
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"Edward Bullmore's story is relatively unknown. As a young emerging artist in the late 1950's he left New Zealand to widen his artistic horizons in Western Europe. After a decade of success in London, Bullmore returned to New Zealand taking up a teaching position at Rotorua Boys' High School. For various reasons his story has not been told up until now. A gift of 297 works to the Tauranga Art Gallery Toi Tauranga in 2006 by his widow Jacqueline Bullmore came with just one condition, to tell Bullmore's story. This exhibition and publication is the story of a New Zealand Surrealist and the artistic journey he took."--Inside front cover.

Includes bibliography (p. 91-95) and index.

"Edward Bullmore's story is relatively unknown. As a young emerging artist in the late 1950's he left New Zealand to widen his artistic horizons in Western Europe. After a decade of success in London, Bullmore returned to New Zealand taking up a teaching position at Rotorua Boys' High School. For various reasons his story has not been told up until now. A gift of 297 works to the Tauranga Art Gallery Toi Tauranga in 2006 by his widow Jacqueline Bullmore came with just one condition, to tell Bullmore's story. This exhibition and publication is the story of a New Zealand Surrealist and the artistic journey he took." -- Inside front cover.

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