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Aboriginal art of Australia / by Douglass Baglin and Barbara Mullins
Bib ID 160098
Format BookBook
Author
Baglin, Douglass, 1926-2010
 
Description Marleston, S. Aust. : J.B. Books in association with Mulavon Press, 1999, c1970 
34 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 1876622083
Notes

Cover subtitle: An introduction to the vast world of traditional Aboriginal art : rock engravings, cave and bark paintings, decorative and symbolic designs both sacred and secular.

First published: Sydney : Horwitz, 1970.

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Art, Aboriginal Australian.
Other authors/contributors Mullins, Barbara, 1922-

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