Jonathan Holmes

Jonathan Holmes taught art history and theory at the University of Tasmania's School of Art for thirty-five years until his retirement in 2012. His research interests include the history and curating of contemporary Australian art, wilderness and natural environment issues in relation to the visual arts, and nineteenth century French art and criticism.

Jonathan Holmes reviews 'Imagining the Pacific in the Wake of the Cook Voyages' by Bernard Smith

December 1992, no. 147 01 December 1991
Jonathan Holmes reviews 'Imagining the Pacific in the Wake of the Cook Voyages' by Bernard Smith
At the conclusion of the fascinating essay ‘Coleridge’s Ancient Mariner and Cook’s Second Voyage’ in his recently published book Imagining the Pacific: In the wake of the Cook voyages, Bernard Smith writes: The most carefully planned and the most scientifically and efficiently conducted expedition ever made up to its time in the realm of reality provided the poet with a world of wonder ... (read more)

Jonathan Holmes reviews 'Imagining the Pacific: In the wake of the Cook voyages' by Bernard Smith

December 1992, no. 147 01 December 1992
Jonathan Holmes reviews 'Imagining the Pacific: In the wake of the Cook voyages' by Bernard Smith
At the conclusion of the fascinating essay ‘Coleridge’s Ancient Mariner and Cook’s Second Voyage’ in his recently published book Imagining the Pacific: In the Wake of the Cook Voyages, Bernard Smith writes: The most carefully planned and the most scientifically and efficiently conducted expedition ever made up to its time in the realm of reality provided the poet with a world of wonder ... (read more)