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The paintings of Russell Drysdale : reproducing fifteen plates in colour / with an essay by Joseph Burke
Bib ID 1321809
Format BookBook
Author
Drysdale, Russell, Sir, 1912-1981
 
Edition 1st ed. 
Description Sydney : Ure Smith, [1951] 
52p. [30p.] of plates : ill. 
Series

Ure Smith de luxe series

Notes

Edition limited to 1000 copies. Signed by author.

Subjects Drysdale, Russell, Sir, 1912-1981.  |  Painting, Australian.  |  Drawing, Australian.
Other authors/contributors Burke, Joseph, Sir, 1913-1992

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