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The yellow scarf, portrait of Henry Handel Richardson [picture] / R.C.W.B
Bib ID 2680346
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Bunny, Rupert, 1864-1947
 
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Description [192-?] 
1 painting : oil on canvas ; 46 x 38.5 cm. 
Notes

Title from label on reverse.

Monogram l.l.

R11131.

Exhibited: Street where you live NLA 1992-1993.

Subjects Richardson, Henry Handel, - 1870-1946 - Portraits.  |  Novelists, Australian - 20th century - Portraits.  |  Picture - NLA exhibition 1992-1993.
Exhibited Exhibited:National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, March 2000 to March 2007.  Exhibited: National Portrait Gallery Inaugural Display, Canberra, December 2008 - January 2014. 

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