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[Mallee scrub, Murray River, N.S.W.] [picture] / N. Chevalier
Bib ID 2426382
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Chevalier, Nicholas, 1828-1902
 
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Description 1871 
1 watercolour ; 25.5 x 39 cm. (s.m.) 
Subjects Aboriginal Australians - Murray River Region (N.S.W.-S. Aust.) - Costume and adornment.  |  Eucalyptus.  |  Murray River Region (N.S.W.-S. Aust.)
Exhibited Exhibited: Drawing in Australia, Australian National Gallery, 1988.  Exhibited: "Travellers Art", National Library of Australia, 12 June 2003-21 September 2003  Exhibited:"Nicholas Chevalier". Touring exhibition 17 September 2011-12 February 2012: Gippsland Art Gallery 17 September 2011-13 November 2011, Geelong Art Gallery 26 November 2011-12 February 2012. 

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