The Life and Art of Rupert Bunny

A Catalogue Raisonné


The definitive catalogue of internationally acclaimed artist Rupert Bunny’s work.


ISBN: 9780500500927 Category:

Estate of David Thomas


Australia’s most internationally acclaimed artist of his time, Rupert Bunny’s life and career was predominantly spent in France before his return to Australia. Combining research from previously unknown letters and diaries with works from Bunny’s prolific output, David Thomas has created the first comprehensive history of the artist’s life and career.

Over two volumes which include a catalogue of his oils, monotypes, works on paper, embroideries, sketchbooks, signature styles and canvas maker’s stamps together with solo and group exhibitions to date with their catalogues and reviews, The Art of Rupert Bunny is a significant contribution to art history.

Additional information

Weight 4171 g
Dimensions 25.4 x 31.9 cm
Publisher name Thames & Hudson Australia Pty Ltd
Publication date 4 March 2017
Number of pages 416
Format Hardback
Dimensions 25.4 x 31.9 cm
Weight 4171 g


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David Thomas is a curator, writer and former director of the Newcastle City Art Gallery, Bendigo Art Gallery and Carrick Hill Adelaide. He first published a monograph on Rupert Bunny in 1970 followed by other publications including monographs on Criss Canning and Wes Walters. His informative essays are regularly contributed to art journals and auction catalogues.