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Paul Beadle, 1917-1992

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  • Description
    Paul Beadle medallist sculptor -- Beadle in Australia -- Beadle in New Zealand -- Beadle's decimal coinage
  • Place
  • Other Number
    NB1108 BEA
  • Collection area
  • Record richness

Catalogue

  • Catalogue title
    • Paul Beadle, 1917-1992 / Leo King and Andrew Greenhough
  • Type
  • Identifiers
    NB1108 BEA  (Call Number)
  • Language
    English
  • ISBN
    9780473169510
  • Available in
    General Collection  (Location)
  • Abstract
    "The question might be asked why the first book on Beadle's work should deal with his medals which are a small but very important part of his oevre. The research into Beadle's work has taken much time and much of the resulting information that is contained here and in the next book that will deal with his teaching and, in detail, with his sculpture is the work of Andrew Greenhough, for which he gained a Master of Arts degree for his thesis in 1986. [...] It includes his early years, a brief comment on his time in Australia, his work in New Zealand, and some valuable comments by Dr Mark Stocker on his medals and an essay by Greenhough on Beadle's designs for the decimal currency that was introduced in 1967."--Preface.
  • Description
    Paul Beadle medallist sculptor -- Beadle in Australia -- Beadle in New Zealand -- Beadle's decimal coinage
  • Physical description
    1 volume (unnumbered) : illustratios (chiefly colour) ; 30 cm
  • Production
    Leo King (Publisher)
    Auckland, New Zealand  (Place of occurrence)
    2010
  • Subject
  • Associated material
    Vernon : 920 - Beadle Medals
  • Citation
    Paul Beadle, 1917-1992

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