Hinehauone Coralie Cameron, Printmaker

Author(s): Gail Ross

Art, Design & Photography

Hinehauone Coralie Cameron (1904-1993) was a Wairarapa-born artist, whose most outstanding works were wood engravings, woodcuts and linocuts. Her subjects were diverse but included Wairarapa landscapes and farming scenes, Maori people and scenes from Te Ore Ore marae, and Pacific scenes.


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Gail Ross was awarded her PhD from the University of Canterbury in 2007 for a thesis entitled 'New Zealand Prints 1900-1950: An Unseen Heritage'.  She has published several articles about NZ printmakers and continues to research the work of these largely undocumented artists.  She is also interested in links between the fine and commercial arts and has published essays about artists whose careers spanned both sectors.


Hinehauone Coralie Cameron, Printmaker

  A Life on the Land

  Interest in Art

  To Paris and London

  Print Revival

  A Sense of Enclosure

  Redefining the Landscape

  Te Ore Ore

  To Samoa and Tahiti

  Motueka and Otaki

  A Vicar's Wife

  Extending Regionalism

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General Fields

  • : 9781927242209
  • : Steele Roberts & Associates Ltd
  • : Steele Roberts & Associates
  • : June 2013
  • : 267 x 210 mm
  • : New Zealand
  • : October 2013
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Gail Ross
  • : Hardback
  • : 769.92
  • : very good
  • : 64
  • : Colour and black & white illustrations