Timothy Roberts’ new publication on Rose Blakemore

Timothy Roberts’ new publication on Rose Blakemore

Timothy Roberts is an art historian specialising in Australian art heritage before 1945. Tim has recently consolidated three years of research in a new paper “Portrait of an artist: rediscovering Rose Blakemore, published in the February 2019 edition of Australiana. The test expands upon a presentation Tim made to the Queensland Women’s Historical Association in 2016, and provides a lasting written legacy about this early teacher at the Sydney Technical College.

Copies are available exclusively through the Australiana Society, or can be found in major public libraries.

 

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