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Jock's Country

A Celebration of Rural New Zealand (The Cartoons and Paintings of David Henshaw)

By David Henshaw | Hardback | 2 Review(s)

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A long-time resident of Tamahere in Waikato, David communicated with farmers for more than 40 years through his cartoons - his main character, Jock, is recognised as a national identity. His cartoons appeared in the New Zealand Farmer for 34 years and on the Jock calendar for the past 17 years. The... read more

Format
Hardback
Release Date
08 Jun 2018
Author(s)
David Henshaw
Publisher
David Bateman Ltd
ISBN-13
9781869539788
Dimensions
280mm x 210mm
Pages
320
Format
Hardback
Release Date
08 Jun 2018
Author(s)
David Henshaw
Publisher
David Bateman Ltd
ISBN-13
9781869539788
Dimensions
280mm x 210mm
Pages
320

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06 Jun 2018

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Jock's Country

This is a superb collection and celebration of the wonderful cartoons of David Henshaw. He captured the essence of New Zealand rural life for over 40 years.

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06 Jun 2018

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22 Jun 2018

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Jock's Country

This is a celebration of rural New Zealand – a collection of cartoon and paintings all now in one edition. Over fifty years, David’s work has appeared in newspapers, books and calendars and launched his main character ‘Jock’ to legendary status. His works captured country life and the people who live and work on the land. This book brings his best work together into a lovely keepsake edition. A beautiful mix of black and white and colour illustrations in a quality presentation that will delight fans or for those that like the nostalgic recall of a by gone era. David passed away in 2014 but his art, humour and commentary on rural life still remain relevant and topical.

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