First edition of the great hardcover 1972 book art directed and designed by textile artist-designer Fay Bottrell.
‘Aspects of Sensibility’ profiles 38 prominent designers, studio potters, textile artists, weavers, decorative artists, working in Australia in the 1960s and early ’70s through full-bleed landscape spreads of photography by Wesley Stacey, capturing their working environments, details of their work and studios, and text reflections of these artists on their work.
Features Graham Bennett, Lillian Bosch, Douglas Annand, Sandra Leveson, Ken Leveson, Ian Sprague, Kat Bish, Bruce Arthur, Bernard Sahm, Janet Brereton, Kevin Brereton, Jutta Feddersen, Les Blakebrough, Rosalie Gascoigne, Elizabeth Vercoe, Albert Steen, Fay Bottrell, Pru Medlin, Mirka Mora, Peter Travis, Marea Gazzard, Helge Larsen, Darani Lewers, Milton Moon, Isabel Davies, Joan Campbell, Peter Rushforth, Mona Hessing, Hiroe Swen, John Mason, Ewa Pachucka, Victor Greenaway, Heather Dorrough, John Gilbert, Verlie Just, Silver Harris, Col Levy, Vivienne Pengilley, Weatherhead and Stitt.
A very unique and personal book reflecting on the lives of Australian artists and designers working in the early 1970s.
* Condition: Good (missing dust jacket, light wear to embossed hard covers) – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.
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