Gendered tree-scapes in the art of Emily Carr and Judith Wright
This essay explores the impact of gender, colonial inheritance and European modernism upon the representation of landscape in general, and trees in particular, in the work of two female artists who achieved iconic national status in the twentieth century Canadian painter, Emily Carr and Australian poet, Judith Wright.
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