4 edition of Frank and Margel Hinder, 1930-1980 found in the catalog.
Frank and Margel Hinder, 1930-1980
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Renée Free.|
|Contributions||Hinder, Frank., Hinder, Margel., Art Gallery of New South Wales.|
|LC Classifications||N7405.H5 A4 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||72 p. :|
|Number of Pages||72|
|LC Control Number||82100701|
Frank Hinder, Window, Elwyn Lynn, Cliffs at Fall, , mixed media on canvas. Guy Warren, The Clearing III, Art + Book Extract Art+ 24 August Emu Island – Modernism in Place encompasses a suite of exhibitions, essays, and public programs. Together they commemorate the legacy of artists Margo and Gerald Lewers, and the. Margel Hinder AM (née Harris) (), sculptor, trained in Buffalo and Boston in the s. In the early s she married Australian Frank Hinder, who had gone to America to study art, and in both studied in New Mexico with Emil Bisttram. In they came to Australia, where he joined the ‘second-wave modern’ circle including Ralph Balson, Grace Crowley and Rah Fizelle who.
Unveiled in , the iconic structure wasn't loved by everybody. Hinder's abstract paintings and electric light sculptures (often made with his partner Margel Hinder) attracted much attention and critical acclaim. In he won the Blake Prize for Religious Art. He served as a Trustee of the Art Gallery of NSW and was awarded the Australia Medal, General Division, Order of Australia in
The American-born Margel had married aspiring Australian artist Frank Hinder in and both came to Australia to work. They were later described as one of the nation’s most creative artistic partnerships. Years later, Frank Hinder was asked what was Margel. Hinder, Henry Francis (Frank) (–) artist and teacher. Frank and Margel Hinder, by Albert Tucker. State Library of Victoria, Biographical Entries. Australian Dictionary of Biography entry; Related Entries in NCB Sites. view family tree. Hinder, Margel Ina (wife).
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Frank and Margel Hinder, Author: Renee Free. Frank and Margel Hinder, Sydney: Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Frank Hinder; Margel Hinder; Frank Hinder; Margel Hinder: Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
FRANK and MARGEL HINDER, By Renée Free. Paperback – January 1, by Sydney. Art Gallery of New South Wales. (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Willoughby, NSW: Phillip Mathews Book Publishers, ; Free, Renee. Frank and Margel Hinder Sydney: Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, ; Free, Renee and John Henshaw, with Frank Hinder.
The Art of Frank Hinder. Willoughby, NSW: Phillip. Margel Ina Hinder b. Renée (), 'Frank and Margel Hinder ’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW. See also 'section 1, plate 47'. Initial data sources. Heritage: The National Women's Art Book Tools. Edit. Version history Updated June 5, Created Jan.
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Frank Hinder Four sketches, figures and dogs Frank Hinder Dog gymkhana, first sketch circa Frank Hinder Study for Dog gymkhana circa Welcome to Lectioz Books.
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exhibited at Frank and Margel Hinder, Date Place Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW Description. works by Frank and 83 sculptures by Margel. [ Book: ] At 3 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 74,) Frank and Margel Hinder, / by Renée Free Free, Renée [ Book, Government publication: ] At 4 libraries.
This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 73,). Frank and Margel Hinder, / by Renee Free; The sculpture of Margel Hinder / Ian Cornford; Balson, Crowley, Fizelle, Hinder; Free speech in the church / Karl Rahner; In pursuit of the snark / Frank Hinder.
Met Frank Hinder at this school. - - Occasional classes at Child-Walker School of Fine Art, Boston - Taos, New Mexico for summer school - Studied under Eleonore Lange AWARDS - Cary Prize for sculpture - Special prize (in association with Frank Hinder) for sculptural panels for the entrance to the new Sydney Water.
Frank Hinder, Australian artist, brought Modernism and the technique of Dynamic Symmetry from America to Sydney in He created Cubo/Futurist semi-abstracts and Constructivist abstracts, joining Rah Fizelle, Grace Crowley and Ralph Balson as the Sydney modernist school of the thirties.
Odana/Bloomfield has specialised in works by Australian artists for over forty years. Artists include Norman Lindsay, Frank and Margel Hinder, Alasdair McGregor, Peter Bousfield plus other selected artists.
We are publishers of the Norman Lindsay Facsimile Etchings, Limited Edition Paintings, original Woodblocks, books, cards, posters and sculpture.
Frank and Margel Hinder interviewed by Barbara Blackman. MLA Citation. Hinder, Frank. and Hinder, Margel. and Blackman, Barbara. Frank and Margel Hinder interviewed by Barbara Blackman [sound recording] Australian/Harvard Citation.
Hinder, Frank. & Hinder, Margel. & Blackman, Barbara. Frank and Margel Hinder interviewed by Barbara. MS, Papers of Margel Hinder Cornford, Ian. The Sculpture of Margel Hinder. Willoughby, NSW: Phillip Mathews Book Publishers, Free, Renee. Frank and Margel Hinder Sydney: Trustees of the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Free, Renee and John Henshaw, with Frank Hinder.
The Art of Frank Hinder. 12 Renée Free, Frank and Margel Hinder, [exhibition catalogue], Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney,p 13 Jay Hambidge, The Elements of Dynamic Symmetry, Dover Publications, New York, ; originally published by Yale University Press, New Haven, M77 LITERATURE: Free, R., Frank and Margel HinderArt Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney,cat.
M77, p. 60 RELATED WORKS: Revolving Sphere,stainless steel and motor, installed in the Monaro Mall, Civic Centre, Canberra (later destroyed). View additional info.
Creator Hinder, Frank, Subjects Hinder, Frank, ; Painters - Australia - Interviews.; Hinder, Margel, Summary Frank Hinder discusses his family background; his father; trip to England and Europe as a young man; training for commercial art; his time in Chicago and Boston; his marriage in ; war service in camouflage; friends and associates including Grace Crowley.This sculpture relates to a historical event: the Six-Day War which took place from 5 - 10 Junebetween Israel and the neighboring states of Egypt.
Margel Hinder uses design elements to create visual tension by contrasting the circular form against straight edges and angles to represent a story about competing forces.Margel Hinder was an Australian-American sculptor who is most noted for her large-scale public works in the modernist abstract style.
Born in New York, Hinder met her husband, renowned Australian modernist and abstract artist and sculptor, Frank Hinder, at a summer school in America in They married and returned to Australia in