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Dick Frizzel : the painter / [with foreword by Hamish Keith]

By: Frizzell, Dick, 1943- [author,, illustrator.].
Contributor(s): Keith, Hamish, 1936-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Auckland, N.Z. : Random House NZ, 2009Description: 319 p. : col. ill. ; 31 cm.ISBN: 9781869621742.Subject(s): Painters -- New Zealand -- Biography | Frizzell, Dick, 1943- | Painting, New Zealand -- 20th century | Painting, New zealand -- 21st century | Illustrators -- New Zealand -- Biography
Contents:
Where do you start? -- Art school -- Heading North -- Out in the shed -- Making it a-fishial -- What next? -- Putting it all on the lion -- Handout -- Illustrations of America -- Art school - again -- Home is where the art is -- The nitty gritty -- Everybody's business -- A pukeko in a ponga tree -- Messy years -- Escape from salvation -- Magpie mind -- Bad landscapes -- Sabbatical -- Too much information -- Tikis -- Great escape -- Dadstracts -- Junk mail narratives -- Meaning of life -- Posh tarts to Tuscany -- Going back -- Serious artiste -- Big return -- Please keep us safe -- Painted illustrations -- New still lives -- Taking the sign at face value -- Applying myself -- Go figure -- Long ride home -- Ones that got away on me -- Antarctica -- Faraway -- Prints -- Works -- Thanks.
Summary: ..."Dick Frizzel: the painter is the story of Dick's life in art - how he found his way through, got lost and found his way again. It's a treasure trove, a kaleidoscope of influences, references and artworks - brilliant for lovers of popular culture, art, kiwiana and biography."-- Back cover.
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

Dick Frizzell: The Painter contains all of his major paintings, the story of his life in his own thoughtful and highly articulate words, and an essay by Hamish Keith on Dick's work and its place in the New Zealand art world.

"Live clean & let your works be seen"--Cover.

Where do you start? -- Art school -- Heading North -- Out in the shed -- Making it a-fishial -- What next? -- Putting it all on the lion -- Handout -- Illustrations of America -- Art school - again -- Home is where the art is -- The nitty gritty -- Everybody's business -- A pukeko in a ponga tree -- Messy years -- Escape from salvation -- Magpie mind -- Bad landscapes -- Sabbatical -- Too much information -- Tikis -- Great escape -- Dadstracts -- Junk mail narratives -- Meaning of life -- Posh tarts to Tuscany -- Going back -- Serious artiste -- Big return -- Please keep us safe -- Painted illustrations -- New still lives -- Taking the sign at face value -- Applying myself -- Go figure -- Long ride home -- Ones that got away on me -- Antarctica -- Faraway -- Prints -- Works -- Thanks.

..."Dick Frizzel: the painter is the story of Dick's life in art - how he found his way through, got lost and found his way again. It's a treasure trove, a kaleidoscope of influences, references and artworks - brilliant for lovers of popular culture, art, kiwiana and biography."-- Back cover.

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