Te Maunga Taranaki
Te Maunga Taranaki
The mountain known as both Taranaki and Egmont is arguably one of the most consistently represented icons of New Zealand art history. This lavish catalogue, published to mark the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery's 2001 exhibition Te Maunga Taranaki: views of a mountain, investigates the mountain's significance as both cultural and art historical icon. The catalogue features full colour plates of some of the most endearing images of Mt. Taranaki by many of the foremost names in New Zealand art.
The catalogue features writing from Gregory Burke, Te Miringa Hohaia, William McAloon and Ron Lambert. Curators: Gregory Burke, William McAloon, Hanna Scott, Darcy Nicholas, Editor: Susette Goldsmith.
Artists: Laurence Aberhart, Keith H. Anderson, George French Angas, Francis Hamar Arden, Bernard Aris, J.A. Austin, George Baxter, George Clarendon Beale, F.S. Brady, Brian Brake, Samuel Charles Brees, George Chance, Fiona Clark, William Andrews Collis, Shane Cotton, Neil Dawson, Tony de Lautour, Wilhelm Dittmer, Dominion Breweries Central Brewery Ltd., Don Driver, Tony Fomison, John Bevan Ford, William Fox, Charles Emilius Gold, Thomas Good, Brett Graham, Grimwades Ltd., John Gully, Edith Halcombe, Edwin Harris, Francis Harris, Charles Heaphy, Hollinshead & Kirkham, John Barr Clarke Hoyte, John Kinder, Rangi Kipa, Peter Lambert, Doris Lusk, Mayer & Kean, James McAllister, Colin McCahon, John McLean, Mary Messenger, Michael Montgomerie, Marianne Muggeridge, T.S. Muir, Darcy Nicholas, Ralph Paine, Sydney Parkinson, Christopher Perkins, Pike & Waters Ltd., Erenora Puketapu-Hetet, Henry Freer Rawson, Arnold Richards, Dorothy Kate Richmond, James Crowe Richmond, Sarah Sampson, A.B. Scanlon, Michael Shephered, Hannah Stephenson Smith, William Mein Smith, Michael Smither, William Strutt, Kura Te Waru-Rewiri, John Turnbull Thomson, Ronnie van Hout, Gustavus Ferdinand von Tempsky, John Walsh, Philip Walsh, Henry James Warre, A. Lois White, Emma Ancilla Wickstead, Brendan Wilkinson, Edward Arthur Williams, M.T. Woollaston.
Published by Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, 2001
Dimensions: 21 x 29 cm