Transformations: Harriet and Helena Scott, colonial Sydney’s finest natural history painters




      Transformations: Harriet and Helena Scott, colonial Sydney’s finest natural history painters
The fascinating story of the Scott sisters, who transformed nature into art in their extraordinary paintings of butterflies and moths, is told here for the first time.With their collecting boxes, notebooks, and paintbrushes, Harriet and Helena Scott entered the masculine worlds of science and art and became two of nineteenth century Australia s most prominent natural history painters Transformations tells the complete story of the Scott sisters for the first time their early lives in colonial Sydney, their training as naturalists and artists on the isolated Ash Island, and their professional triumphs This is a rare pictorial record of two talented and determined women who transformed nature into art in their extraordinary paintings. New Read Transformations: Harriet and Helena Scott, colonial Sydney’s finest natural history painters [ Author ] Vanessa Finney [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 220 pages
  • Transformations: Harriet and Helena Scott, colonial Sydney’s finest natural history painters
  • Vanessa Finney
  • 23 February 2018
  • 1742235808

10 thoughts on “ Transformations: Harriet and Helena Scott, colonial Sydney’s finest natural history painters

  1. Lloyd Downey says:

    I loved this book At once both lovely and sad Lovely with the beautiful watercolours painted mainly by the two scott sisters Helena and Harriet Sad, because their lives were profoundly difficult in the main and their work did not receive the recognition it was due but is only now 200 years later receiving I was fortunate enough to see an exhibition of their work..I think at the Australia Museum in Sydney. where some of the originals works were on display But the reproductions in this I loved this book At once both lovely and sad Lovely with the beautiful watercolours painted mainly by the two scott sisters Helena and Harriet Sad, because their lives were profoundly difficult in the main and their work did not receive the recognition it was due but is only now 200 years later receiving I was fortuna...

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