By Gavin Fry
After two decades as Australia’s foremost abstractionist. Cress became a committed realist, producing works of great power and presence which cover the gamut of human emotions and weaknesses: love, hate, lust, envy and greed along with works of great beauty and serenity, lyrical landscapes and architectural studies which are the stage for his human dramas.
Cress divided his world between Sydney and rural France, an existence which gave him the best of both the old and the new worlds.
Hardcover, 180 pages, 310 x 248 mm, More than 150 colour plates
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