Author(s): Dick Frizzell
Dick Frizzell's images populate our world - you find them on T-shirts, on TV ads, in shop windows, on wine bottles, on cushions and T-towels and in art shows. People appropriate (or borrow) his images in much the same way that he too appropriated many of the images he has painted over the years. He's reached iconic status in NZ - we love him, he's one of our own. This book contains all of his major paintings, the story of his life in his own thoughtful and highly articulate words, and an essay by Hamish Keith on Dick's work and its place in the New Zealand art world.
Inscription in black marker inside front
Dick Frizzell is one of New Zealand's most popular and important artists. He lives in Hawke's Bay.