(er.... if the typing is without mistakes it is because Helen our Faculty
secretary typed it ... not me).
> By using perspective Pissarro was able to make the painting disappear
> into the distance as you look at it.
> Monet painted water lillies in the water from the bottom of his
> garden. Water lillies are lillies that grow, or should I say float,
> on water. Water lillies which didn't grow or float on water wouldn't
> be water lillies, just lillies.
> Monet rejected the rules of art by painting a naked nude.
> Sure, Salvador Dali painted some things which looked stupid but they
> were always well painted - kind of good, stupid things.
> 20th Century Australian art took place between 1930 and 1940.
> Ralph Balson's work changed quite significantly at least 4 times,
> however, it didn't change after his death in 1964.
> The landscape then became good enough to paint on its own and so they
> painted and painted and painted it again and again and again and
> again. I think they really liked painting it.
> The Impressionists painted everyday scenes yet Monet's 'Sunrise'
> doesn't look like it happens every day.
> A particularly interesting feature of this painting was the manner in
> which John Beard was executed. He was suspended in a birdseye view
> with a slight angle.
> The paint was applied so thickly that nothing could be seen
> underneath except canvas and colours which had been put on before.
> In "Liberty Leading the People" Liberty is shown running
> bare-breasted and all of the men are running after her.
> McCubbin's work was very similar to Robert's but Robert's work wasn't
> similar to McCubbins. Or maybe it was the other way around.
> The Egyptians built the pyramids in the shape of a huge triangular
> I spent a lot of time painting men's faces - happy men's faces
> because I myself was feeling gay.
> So far some of my work has been appreciated but only by those who
> have seen it.
> Later on in the year I thought I would try working on the whole of
> the female body. I failed drastically. I think I have a distinct
> problem with nudity or else the female form cannot be perfected.
> My immediate goal with my folio was to produce something original in
> a technique or medium that had never been used by anyone before. But
> I couldn't find one so I settled for something which was new to me.
> Since I hadn't done much art before I discovered that almost
> everything was new.
> As for my artistic goals I had none to begin with and could see none
> in my finished work.
> I wanted to draw things as I actually saw them so I started by
> sketching my father as a young boy.
> I had real problems trying to glue the polystyrene frogs onto the
> canvas. I believe this was because contact glue was the wrong glue
> to use and it made me nauseus (the glue, I mean, not the work). I
> thought I was going to croak it (ha ha).
> Now that I had found a theme all I had to do was to find a topic to