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[Portraits and figure studies of members of the Borovansky Ballet] [picture] / [Edouard Borovansky]
Bib ID 1822828
Format PicturePicture
Author
Borovansky, Edouard, 1902-1959
 
Description 1938-1948 
50 paintings and drawings ; 63.7 x 38.2 cm. or smaller. 
Series

Geoffrey Ingram Archive of Australian Ballet.

Notes

Geoffrey Ingram Archive of Australian Ballet.

Subjects Ballet dancers -- Australia -- Portraits.
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