In Frames on the land: early landscape painting in New Zealand (1983) Francis Pound repudiated the view that New Zealand's 'hard, clear light' inspired a unique approach to landscape painting. Instead, he suggested that immigrant artists of the 19th-century imposed European theories and practices – 'frames' – on what they saw.
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Reference: Francis Pound, Frames on the land: early landscape painting in New Zealand. Auckland: Collins, 1983
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