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Arthur Boyd retrospective / Barry Pearce ; with contributions by Hendrik Kolenberg, Deborah Edwards, Grazia Gunn ; exhibition research by Patricia R. McDonald
Bib ID 1426516
Format BookBook
Author
Pearce, Barry
 
Description Shirley Rd. Roseville, NSW : Beagle Press in conjunction with the Art Gallery of New South Wales, [1993] 
200 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 32 cm. 
ISBN 0947349081
0731017773 (Art Gallery Of New South Wales) (paperback)
Notes

Catalog of a traveling exhibition held at Art Gallery of New South Wales and 3 others between 15 Dec. 1993 and 20 Nov. 1994.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Boyd, Arthur, 1920-1999 -- Exhibitions.  |  Art, Australian -- 20th century -- Exhibitions.  |  Painting, Australian -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Boyd, Arthur, 1920-1999  |  Art Gallery of New South Wales
Also Titled

Arthur Boyd : retrospective


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