Age Of Consent

Age Of Consent None

  • Title: Age Of Consent
  • Author: Norman Lindsay
  • ISBN: 9780207170904
  • Page: 402
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    About “Norman Lindsay

    • Norman Lindsay

      Norman Alfred William Lindsay was an Australian artist Lindsay was born in Creswick, Victoria He was a prolific artist, sculptor, writer, editorial cartoonist and scale modeler, as well as being a highly talented boxer.Norman was the son of Irish surgeon Robert Charles William Alexander Lindsay and Jane Elizabeth Lindsay from Creswick Fifth of ten children, he was the brother of Percy Lindsay 1870 1952 , Lionel Lindsay 1874 1961 , Ruby Lindsay 1885 1919 , and Daryl Lindsay 1889 1976.He married Catherine Kate Agatha Parkinson, in Melbourne on 23 May 1900 Their son Jack was born, in Melbourne, on 20 October 1900, followed by Raymond in 1903 and Phillip in 1906 They divorced in 1918 Phillip died in 1958 and Raymond in 1960 In the Lindsay tradition, Jack would be prolific as a publisher, writer, translator and activist.Rose Soady began modelling for Norman in 1902 She would become his second wife, his most recognizable model, his business manager, and the printer for most of his etchings By the time he left for London in 1909, Rose had supplanted his wife and joined him there in 1910.He married Rose Soady on 14 January 1920 Their children, Janet and Helen Honey were born in 1920 and 1922 respectively Honey would remain in the U.S after visiting with her mother to cache her father s works at the beginning of World War II and Jane would acquire the printmaking studio on the Faulconbridge property in 1949 and build a house around it.He is widely regarded as one of Australia s greatest artists, producing a vast body of work in different media, including pen drawing, etching, watercolour, oil and sculptures in concrete and bronze.A large body of his work is housed in his former home at Faulconbridge, New South Wales, now the Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum, and many works reside in private and corporate collections His art continues to climb in value today In 2002, a record price was attained by his oil painting, Spring s Innocence, which sold to the National Gallery of Victoria for AU333,900.

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    • Norman Lindsay - Age of ConsentI liked this a lot! Funny and wise and particularly of interest to artists. Being as it is a novel by a very great artist, about an artist and the process of creativity. It’s about a man struggling to survive on his art in 1930s Australia. In a way, Norman is giving us the key to his own commercial success….but much more than that, he’s showing us how the creative mind works. His artist character is shy, awkward, loner of a guy with his doggie sidekick. He ce [...]

    • Age of Consent, by Norman Lindsay, is a delightfully wonderful novel about a bashful painter and his lovely, ripening model. An Australian artist named Bradly, a sort of nomadic hermit, and his dog Edmund travel from town to town painting new landscapes. At the beginning of the novel and throughout it we find Bradly living on a tight budget, but this becomes a problem when he has an unexpected visitor that comes to stay. While painting landscapes in a new town he encounters a young woman that ha [...]

    • One of my all time favourite books. I've read it many times. I have read it after reading something heavy, as this charming story is light and Norman Lindsay's description of his characters are complimented by his wonderful pen drawing style that reflects perfectly how he has drawn them with words.Lindsay may not have chosen that title in this era. It was originally published in 1938. The book was made into a film in 1969 starring James Mason and Hellen Mirren.

    • A curious case of serendipity brought me to read this bookon the internet I happened upon the trailer for a film from 1969 starring James Mason and Helen Mirren based on this book which I found is out of print.However, I dropped into my local charity shop and there; (as Bradly Mudgett would say) "Damme"ere was a lovely clean copy of the 1991 A&R paperback edition. And just for $1 !!First published in 1938 but banned in Australia until 1962 this is a charming tale of a curmudgeonly artist fin [...]

    • I found this novel a roundabout way. I saw a painting by Norman Lindsay on the web and liked it enough to look up its creator on . I found out that Lindsay was not only a successful painter, etcher, and sculptor, but also a novelist with multiple publications. It's a rare combination of talents, and I wanted to know more about the man. said that Age of Consent is semi-autobiographical and also that it was banned in Lindsay's native Australia until 1962, so I decided to read it. I had to order it [...]

    • Entertaining, with lovely illustrations and well written story of an artist and his muse has qualities of the fairy tale. First published in 1938.

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