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The untold story of a major Australian artist. Regarded in his day as an important Australian impressionist painter, A H Fullwood (1863-1930) was also the most widely viewed British-Australian artist of the Heidelberg era.
Fullwood's illustrations for the popular Picturesque Atlas of Australasia and the Bulletin, as well as leading Australian and English newspapers, helped shape how settler-colonial Australia was seen both here and around the world. Meanwhile, his paintings were as celebrated as those of his good friends Tom Roberts and Arthur Streeton.
So why is Fullwood so little known today? In this pioneering, richly illustrated biography, Gary Werskey brings Fullwood and his extraordinary career as an illustrator, painter, and war artist back to life while casting a new light on the most fabled era in the history of Australian art. (book flap)