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Portrait of Professor James Belshaw [picture] / Brian Dunlop
Bib ID 1411117
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Dunlop, Brian, 1938-2009
 
Online Versions
Description 1990? 
1 drawing ; pencil on paper ; 22.9 x 21.6 cm. 
Biography/History

James P. Belshaw, Professor of Economics at the University of New England.

Notes

Copyright tranfered to National Library of Australia.

Condition: good.

Title from accession record.

"Sketch for portrait painting" - acquisitions file.

Inscriptions: "Prof Belshaw" -- u.l. Signed "Dunlop" -- l.r. corner.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-136460084

Subjects Belshaw James P. -- Portraits.  |  Economists -- Australia -- Portraits.
Occupation Economists.

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