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Portrait of Gertrud Bodenwieser [picture] / Clif Peir
Bib ID 452208
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Peir, Clif, 1905-1985
 
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Description ca. 1950 
1 painting : oil on masonite ; 91 x 72 cm. 
Notes

Inscriptions: C Peir -- u.r. corner.

Title from accession record.

Subjects Bodenwieser, Gertrud, - 1890-1959 - Portraits.  |  Dance teachers - Australia - Portraits.  |  Choreographers - Australia - Portraits.  |  Women dancers - Australia - Portraits.
Occupation Dance teachers.  |  Choreographers.
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Exhibited Exhibited in online exhibition: "Dance people dance" at http://www.nla.gov.au/exhibitions/dancepeopledance/index.html 

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