|Author||Hoorn, Jeanette, author.; Nicholas, Hilda Rix, 1884-1961, artist, correspondent.;|
|Pagination||vii, 223 pages : illustrations (some colour), facsimiles, portraits ; 21 cm.|
|Note||Includes index. Bibliography: pages 209-211. Australian artist Hilda Rix Nicholas's Moroccan pictures are justly acclaimed as her finest, but they are not the only legacy of the time she spent in Tangiers in 1912 and 1914. Together with her sister Elsie, Hilda sent numerous postcards and lengthy letters to friends and family. Published here for the first time, these letters from Tangiers present a rich evocation of the real experience of travel in North Africa before World War I, and provide fascinating insight into the adventurous young women who w rote them. Adorned with sketches and drawings, the vivid descriptions of people, places and buildings, bring to life the experiences of Hilda Rix Nicholas as she came to understand a place and a culture very different from those she had previously known. Tertiary/Undergraduate. General.|
|Place made||Carlton, Vic. :|
Hilda Rix Nicholas and Elsie Rix's Moroccan idyll : art and Orientalism / Jeanette Hoorn. Moroccan idyll.
ch. 1. Escape to Europe : the artistic education of Hilda Rix -- ch. 2. The traveller's tale : orientalism and Morocco -- ch. 3. Au Maroc -- ch. 4. Two Ingénues in Tangier -- Conclusion: The legacy.
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