Try another? Chicago These days Hester is regarded as one of Australia’s most important Modernist artists and a pioneer for women in the creative industries. Heide Museum of Modern Art is celebrating the 100th anniversary of Joy Hester’s birth with a huge survey of the artist’s work. Friendly warning! My Profile
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Heide Museum of Modern Art https://www.heide.com.au/exhibitions/joy-hester-remember-me Referenced in 1 publication Bibliography Gould Galleries Melbourne, Joy Hester: Works from the Reed Family Collection, South Yarra, 2005, cat. Joy Hester, Fitzroy Gardens, Melbourne Refresh and try again. Get us in your inbox Boston 1949 Untitled (From the Love series) Browse all cities
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Face (with Yellow Background) Joy St Clair Hester (21 August 1920 4 December 1960) was an Australian artist who played an important, though sometimes underrated, role in the development of Australian modernism.
Joy St Clair Hester (1920-1960), artist, was born on 21 August 1920 at Elsternwick, Melbourne, second child of Robert Ferdinand Hester, a bank officer from England, and his wife Louise May, née Bracher, a Victorian-born teacher. Déjà vu! During her lifetime, Hester’s art struggled to find the commercial success experienced by other members of the Angry Penguins (such as her husband Albert Tucker). She was a member of the Angry Penguins movement which was based at the homestead of John and Sunday Reed – which now forms part of the Heide Museum of Modern Art complex. Sign out c.1947 Joy Hester: Remember Me encompasses more than 130 works from the Melbourne artist, spanning her earliest drawings as a student to her famously emotive ink paintings.
gelatin silver contact print This exhibition seeks to bring Joy Hester's remarkable contribution to Australian Art to the fore. Competition terms