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Bonyhady, Tim

Overview
Works: 59 works in 166 publications in 1 language and 3,293 library holdings
Genres: Biography  Catalogs  History  Exhibition catalogs  Biographies  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Terminology  Art  Manuscripts  Pictorial works 
Roles: Author, Editor, Contributor, wst, Other
Classifications: N5252.G35, 709.2243613
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Tim Bonyhady
Good Living Street : Portrait of a Patron Family, Vienna 1900 by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

21 editions published between 2011 and 2014 in English and Undetermined and held by 571 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

An analysis of turn-of-the-twentieth-century Vienna is presented through the lives of the influential Gallias family, discussing their rarefied art collections, their religious beliefs, and their daring flight from the Nazi Anschluss
The colonial image : Australian painting, 1800-1880 by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

9 editions published between 1987 and 2002 in English and held by 281 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book, commissioned by the [Australian National] Gallery and based primarily on its holdings, also draws on other collections in order to show the range of colonial painting
Images in opposition : Australian landscape painting, 1801-1890 by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

15 editions published between 1985 and 2003 in English and Undetermined and held by 223 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The colonial earth by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

5 editions published between 2000 and 2001 in English and held by 210 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"It is conventional wisdom that Australia's colonists not only despised their environment but also were blind to their own destructiveness. The Colonial Earth challenges this stereotype. Tim Bonyhady reveals the extraordinary breadth and depth - as well as the limits - of environmental concern in Australia from the arrival of the First Fleet in 1788." "Taking art as his starting point, Bonyhady explores how issues such as the preservation of endangered species, the protection of forests, the maintenance of public rights over the foreshore and even the likelihood of climate change already loomed large in colonial Australia." "This is a story of activism and idealism, of intense appreciation of Australia's remarkable environment, and of sharp awareness of the limits to colonial growth. It is also a story of failure: of environmental ideals sacrificed to political expediency and commercial self-interest; of innovative and enlightened laws ignored and broken." "Drawing on a remarkable array of sources, from paintings and poems to reports of public meetings and parliamentary debates, The Colonial Earth shows that far from being a product of the 1970s, an environmental aesthetic has always been part of the culture of European Australia."--Jacket
Words for country : landscape & language in Australia( Book )

6 editions published between 2001 and 2002 in English and held by 183 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Stories and phrases can powerfully shape the ways we experience and manage our environment. What languages have been used to characterise Australian landscapes and how have they influenced the way we see and treat our environment? How do stories take root in particular places? How do we find the right words for those parts of the country that matter to us? "Words for Country" answers these questions while exploring the inter-relationship between Australia's landscape and language. Tim Bonyhady and Tom Griffiths have brought together a collection of essays whose subjects range from the Ord River in the far north-west to Antarctica in the south, from the centre to the coast, the prehistoric to the present. Their terrain is environmental and cultural, political and poetic. Words for Country reveals not just how language grows out of the landscape but how words and stories shape the places in which we live
Australian colonial paintings in the Australian National Gallery by Australian National Gallery( Book )

9 editions published between 1986 and 1987 in English and held by 159 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Australia's impressionists by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

3 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 148 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Australia's Impressionists' introduces a worldwide audience to Impressionism as it manifested itself in artistic movements beyond Europe. This catalogue features over 35 paintings, including important masterpieces by Australia's leading artists, many of which have never previously been shown outside the country. In 1889 a group of artists working in Melbourne opened the '9 by 5 Impression Exhibition', an ambitious display that sought to introduce local society to their version of Impressionism. These artists - Tom Roberts, Charles Conder, Arthur Streeton - presented some 180 oil sketches. Many of these scenes of contemporary life, using a vividly coloured palette, were painted on panels, from cigar boxes, of around 9 x 5 inches, which gave the show its name. In fact these pictures owed more to Whistler, whose works Roberts had seen in London in 1884, than to French Impressionism. Drawing on a wider interest in national identity among the non-Indigenous population, Conder, Roberts and Streeton championed a new Australian landscape style. This drew on the practices of European plein-air artists, but the resulting pictures became larger and more ambitious in manner; paintings of the leisured lifestyle offered by Sydney Harbour are recorded with cheerful pride, while scenes of the bush - albeit never too far from the city - are elevated to a mode of heroic myth. John Peter Russell, a friend and correspondent of Roberts, was born and died in Sydney, but spent some 40 years as an expatriate in Europe. Russell spent his working life in the company of Van Gogh, Monet and Rodin. While his talents as a colourist made a deep impression on the young Matisse, his innovative art was only rediscovered in the later twentieth century. Exhibition: The National Gallery, London, UK (07.12.2016-26.03.2017)
Climate law in Australia( Book )

2 editions published in 2007 in English and held by 143 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Climate Law in Australia provides the first extended account of Australia's new climate law. It examines key federal and state legislation and the main cases brought before Australian courts. It combines incisive legal analysis with a deep understanding of climate-related issues and policy. The authors include leading academics such as Professors Robyn Eckersley, David Farrier, Rob Fowler and Jan McDonald, and leading practitioners such as Charles Berger, Kirsty Ruddock, Chris McGrath, Allison Warburton and Martijn Wilder. The editors are Professor Tim Bonyhady, Director of the Australian Centre for Environmental Law at the Australian National University, and Dr Peter Christoff of the University of Melbourne and Vice President of the Australian Conservation Foundation. The book examines pivotal issues in Australian climate law and policy - the Kyoto Protocol and its alternatives, emissions targets, carbon trading, geosequestration, nuclear decision-making, adaptation to climate change and legal liability. It contains detailed analysis of the leading cases involving the Hazelwood power station, the Anvil Hill, Xstrata and Bowen Basin coal mines, and the Bald Hills and Taralga wind farms. Climate Law in Australia explores both the need for conventional legal regulation and the potential of economic responses to climate change. It shows how climate law has grown in Australia - and how far the law still has to go
Places worth keeping : conservationists, politics, and law by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

2 editions published in 1993 in English and held by 141 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Adaptation to climate change : law and policy by T Bonyhady( Book )

6 editions published in 2010 in English and held by 137 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Adapting to the likely impacts of climate change requires technological innovation as well as behavioural and attitudinal change. This book addresses challenges across sector interests and considers whether existing regulatory and governance frameworks are supportive, adaptable or barriers to necessary change
Environmental protection and legal change( Book )

4 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 126 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Prehistory to politics : John Mulvaney, the humanities and the public intellectual( Book )

5 editions published between 1996 and 1997 in English and held by 123 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Who are public intellectuals? Why do they matter? What is the difference between an academic and an intellectual? Prehistory to Politics explores these issues by examining the life and work of John Mulvaney, one of Australia's foremost prehistorians, who has both changed our understanding of the past and made a major contribution to public debate and public policy about world heritage, archaeological and conservation practice, the function and operation of museums and the relevance of the humanities. A major campaigner for preservation of the Franklin River in the early 1980s, Mulvaney has also been in influential member of the Australian Heritage Commission and one of the most important advocates of the National Museum of Australia. He played a significant role in the campaign to preserve the site of First Government House in Sydney. Perhaps most controversially, he has been outspoken in his views about the return of skeletal remains by Australian museums to Aboriginal people
Stars in the river : the prints of Jessie Traill( Book )

4 editions published in 2013 in English and held by 105 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This eagerly awaited publication celebrates the artistic career of one of Australia's most important printmakers of the twentieth century, Jessie Traill. Embracing the medium of etching in the early 1900s, Jessie Traill forged a radical path for printmaking in Australia through the duality of her vision. This generously illustrated volume documents her achievements and illustrates a wide range of her iconic images
The law of the countryside : the rights of the public by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

7 editions published in 1987 in English and held by 101 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mills, mines and other controversies : the environmental assessment of major projects( Book )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 97 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Major developments have the potential to generate significant economic benefit and substantial environmental damage and major political controversies as local, State and federal governments become involved. Process can fracture all too easily as governments come under fierce and competing pressures. This book is concerned with whether environmental impact assessment is an effective vehicle for protecting the Australian environment when major projects are in play. It scrutinises a major development in each State and territory and shows what happened and why things happened, which processes worked and which didn't, and the roles of the different layers of government. The case studies include the headline projects such as the Gunns Mill in the Tamar Valley, Queensland's Traveston Dam, the dredging of Port Phillip Bay, the expansion of the McArthur River mine and the Gorgon Gas development of Barrow Island. The authors are leading academics and practitioners from around Australia
Burke and Wills : from Melbourne to myth by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

2 editions published in 1991 in English and held by 95 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Burke & Wills : from Melbourne to myth by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

3 editions published in 2002 in English and held by 67 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The colonial earth by Tim Bonyhady( Book )

7 editions published between 2000 and 2002 in English and held by 59 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

When the First Fleet sailed for NSW in 1787, the British government ordered Governor Phillip to preserve the cattle, sheep and hogs he brought with him but not the environment he found. Yet Phillip and his officers were quick to try to protect Australia's land. This book challenges the equation of colonization with destruction
The national picture : the art of Tasmania's black war( Book )

2 editions published in 2018 in English and held by 46 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Benjamin Duterrau and his National picture project are at the core of this publication because he was the colonial artist most interested in Tasmania's Aboriginal people, and the only artist who chose to depict, on a substantial scale, their conciliation or pacification by George Augustus Robinson. While Duterrau's weaknesses as an artist are obvious, his limited skill largely saved him from bombast - a recurrent problem with history painting of his era. Despite the disappearance of much of his work, Duterrau also left us with a rich array of often striking images of individuals and subjects of great enduring significance, where there otherwise would be none. They provide us with a vital means of conjuring the past. For Tasmanian Aboriginal people today, Duterrau's paintings provide a tantalising and rare visual record of the unique culture practice of their ancestors. Robinson's journals offer written descriptions of activities, such as spear-making and throwing, kangaroo hunting and ceremonial dance, accompanied by only a scattering of small, often crude sketches, which are vitally important firsthand observations. But it was Duterrau, alone among colonial artists in Van Diemen's Land, who painted these scenes on a large scale. His anatomical modelling may be poor, but Duterrau's paintings have a sense of life that is not found elsewhere, and reflect his well-documented sympathy for Aboriginal people at the hands of a violent invading force. This publication is also framed around an image conceived by Tasmania's Surveyor-General George Frankland almost three years before Duterrau arrived in Hobart. The catalyst was Frankland's discovery that Aboriginal culture included a visual language. On a visit to the island's far north-west, he encountered drawings on trees and inside huts that included depictions of colonists. Words having manifestly failed because of the settlers' ignorance of Aboriginal languages, Frankland thought art could provide a novel means of communication and created a series of drawings that he described as depicting 'the cause of the present warfare' and the 'real wishes of the government' towards Aboriginal people: 'the desired termination of hostility'. His plan was that these drawings be reproduced and distributed around the bush, fastened on trees, where Aboriginal people were most likely to see them. He was so excited by this idea that, in February 1829, he wrote about it twice in the course of a week - to the colony's Lieutenant-Governor George Arthur, and to a member of the Colonial Office in London, advocating this use of pictures as an experiment worth trying since 'everything ought to be tried to accomplish a reconciliation'
The Skottowe manuscript : Thomas Skottowe's select specimens from nature of the birds, animals, &c. &c. of New South Wales by Thomas Skottowe( Book )

6 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 43 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

 
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Good Living Street : Portrait of a Patron Family, Vienna 1900
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The colonial earthWords for country : landscape & language in AustraliaClimate law in AustraliaAdaptation to climate change : law and policyPrehistory to politics : John Mulvaney, the humanities and the public intellectualMills, mines and other controversies : the environmental assessment of major projectsBurke & Wills : from Melbourne to mythThe colonial earthThe Skottowe manuscript : Thomas Skottowe's select specimens from nature of the birds, animals, &c. &c. of New South Wales
Alternative Names
Bonyhady, Tim

Bonyhady, Tim 1957-

Bonyhady, Timothy, 1957-

Tim Bonyhady Australian university teacher and writer

Tim Bonyhady australischer Historiker, Kurator und Umweltanwalt

Tim Bonyhady hoogleraar uit Australië

Languages
English (117)