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The Woodblock Painting of Cressida Campbell

3rd Edition may be Internationally Available through Amazon

"Australia's most beautiful art book"

- Leo Schofield

"This sumptuous production is more like a portfolio of prints than a book with a large print-run."

- Janet McKenzie Studio International

"Undoubtedly the most beautiful book of the year was The Woodblock Painting Of Cressida Campbell...something to be cherished by those of us who can only dream of owning one of her prints."

- Catherine Keenan, Sydney Morning Herald

The 1st Edition sold out in 2 weeks. The 2nd edition sold out before it landed. A 3rd Edition of this outstanding art book is now sold out but may be available at booksellers.

Born in 1960 in Sydney, Cressida Campbell is one of Australia’s most uncompromising artists.

She studied at East Sydney Technical College (now the National Art School) and the Yoshida Hanga Academy in Tokyo. She has had twenty solo exhibitions in Sydney, Brisbane and London and has contributed to numerous group exhibitions.

Her work has been acquired by many public collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the British Museum and by private collectors in Australia and internationally. She lives in Sydney with her husband and two cats.

This comprehensive survey of her woodblock painting from 1984 to 2008, spanning 25 years, displays an artist who works from inner compulsion rather than public ambition.

Nearly three hundred images have been assembled here, carefully edited into nine distinct sections. It’s a book that displays a sensitive and introspective imagination at work, a book which allows the pictures to speak for themselves.

With an Introduction by John McDonald, art critic of the Sydney Morning Herald, a Forward by Edmund Capon, director of the Art Gallery of NSW and a catalogue raisonné by Brett Stone.

Distributed by The Scribo Group.

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