Author(s): Wystan Curnow
The abstract painter Stephen Bambury is one of the finest artists working in New Zealand today. This book is the first major monograph to chart the development of his twenty-five year career.
With 130 sumptuous colour plates documenting his work, the book also has a major review of Bambury's career from writer and curator Wystan Curnow, as well as a more personal response to his paintings from writer William McAlloon.
Published in association with the Jensen Gallery.
++ Finalist for the Montana Medal for non-fiction (Illustrative) 2002 ++
First published September 2000.
Shortlisted for Montana New Zealand Book Awards: Illustrative Category 2002.