Frances Hodgkins: Paintings and Drawings

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

BOOKS

Evans, Myfanwy. Frances Hodgkins, Penguin Modern Painters, Harmondsworth, 1948.

Gill, Linda, ed. Letters of Frances Hodgkins, Auckland, 1993.

Howell, Arthur R. Frances Hodgkins, Four Vital Years, London, 1951.

McCormick, E. H. The Expatriate, A Study of Frances Hodgkins, Wellington, 1954.

McCormick, E. H. Works of Frances Hodgkins in New Zealand, Auckland, 1954.

McCormick, E. H. Portrait of Frances Hodgkins, Auckland, 1981.


MAJOR EXHIBITION CATALOGUES

Frances Hodgkins 1869-1947, A Centenary Exhibition. Foreword G. C. Docking, essay David Armitage and Ian Roberts. Queen Elizabeth II Arts Council of New Zealand, Auckland City Art Gallery, 1969.

Frances Hodgkins 1869-1947. Introduction Avenal McKinnon . Whitford & Hughes, London, 1990.

Frances Hodgkins -- The Late Work. Foreword Richard Stokes , introduction Liz Reintjes, essays Rosemary Pawsev & Lindsey Bridget Shaw. Minories Art Gallery, Colchester, 1990.

Frances Hodgkins, Women's Suffrage Exhibition. Introduction Jill Trevelyan. Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington, 1993.


SELECTED ARTICLES (including radio and tape-recorded material)

Anon. "'Miss F. Hodgkins'", Otago Daily Times & Witness ( Dunedin), Christmas Annual, December 1902, p.10.

Art New, Zealand, 16, 1980. Articles by Gordon H. Brown, Anne Kirker, E. H. McCormick, E. A. Sheppard.

Ascent, Frances Hodgkins commemorative issue, 1969. Articles by Melvin Day, Shay Docking, Anthony S. G. Green , June Opie, E. H. McCormick.

Brasch, Charles. "'Frances Hodgkins at One Hundred'", Landfall, 92, 1969, pp.265-76.

Buchanan, Iain. "'Frances Hodgkins and Neo- Romanticism"', in Writing, a New Country, A Collection of Essays Presented to E. H. McCormick in his 88th year, eds James Ross, Linda Gill & Stuart McRae, Auckland, 1993, pp.155-64.

Collins, R. D. J. "'A Long Attachment: Frances Hodgkins in France'", in Writing a New Country, pp.84-95.

Cornstalk, Ann. "'Frances Hodgkins'", Lone Hand ( Sydney), 2 June 1913, pp.xxxviii-xl.

Davison, Anne-Marie. "'G. P. Nerli and Frances Hodgkins: The Dunedin Years'", Art New Zealand, 58, Autumn 1991, pp.78-82.

Entwisle, Peter. "'Frances Hodgkins at the Dunedin Public Art Gallery: A History of the Collection and a Checklist'", Bulletin of New Zealand Art History, 14, 1993, pp.41-70.

Evans, Myfanwy. "'Frances Hodgkins'", Vogue, August 1947, pp.53, 91.

Frances Hodgkins: Recollections by Various People, audio tape, 19 April 1961, Radio New Zealand. Includes memories of FH by May Smith and Gwen Knight.

Frances Hodgkins: The European Years. Reminiscences of friends and fellow artists including Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Douglas Glass, Ben Nicholson, Katharine West: tape-recorded interviews by June Opie, 1969.

Frances Hodgkins, 1984 calendar, Government Printing Office, Wellington. Plate commentaries Anne Kirker.

Frankel, Margaret. 'The "Pleasure Garden" Incident at Christchurch', Year Book of the Arts in New, Zealand, 5, Wellington, 1949, pp.10-21.

Fairburn, A. R. D. "'About Frances Hodgkins'", New Zealand Listener, 16 May 1947, pp.24-25.

Fairburn, A. R. D. "'The Wertheim Collection'", Year Book of the Arts in New, Zealand, 5, Wellington, 1949, pp. 11-17.

Gill, Linda. "'The Letters of Frances Hodgkins'", Art New, Zealand, 68, Spring 1993, pp.106-9, 117.

Gorer, Geoffrey. "'The Art of Frances Hodgkins'", Listener, 17 November 1937, pp.1082-3. Repr. in Art in New Zealand, March1938, pp. 160-3.

Gorer, Geoffrey. "'Remembering Frances Hodgkins'", Listener, 19 June 1947, p.968.

Grigson, Geoffrey. '"Childishness" in Contemporary Art', Bookman, December 1933, pp. 170-1.

Hay, Thomson C. "'An Artist of the Moderns'", Everylady's Journal ( Melbourne), 6 January 1913, p.12.

Kirker, Anne. "'Adoration: a pencil and watercolour drawing by Frances Hodgkins'", Auckland City Art Gallery Quarterly, no. 58, 1975, n.p.

McCormick, E. H. "'Some recently acquired drawings by Frances Hodgkins'", Auckland City Art Gallery Quarterly, no. 58, 1975, pp. 1-8.

McCormick, E. H. "'Illustrated by Miss E Hodgkins'", Landfall, 18, 1951, pp.117-21.

McCormick, E. H. Late Attachment, Frances Hodgkins & Maurice Garnier, Auckland City Art Gallery, 1988.

McLean, Fred. Five-part series on Frances Hodgkins in Dominion, 13-17 January 1992.

Newton, Eric. "'Frances Hodgkins -- A Painter of Genius'",

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1869-1913 7
  • 1914-1930 30
  • 1931-1947 Elizabeth Eastmond 53
  • Colour Plates 87
  • Chronology 168
  • Exhibitions 172
  • Bibliography 175
  • List of Colour Plates 178
  • List of Figures 180
  • Index 183
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