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Frances Burke fabrics, 1937-1965 ; Gerry Wedd and Mambo
Bib ID 2901875
Format BookBook
Description Adelaide, S. Aust. : University of South Australia, Art Museum, 1999 
1 folded sheet (6 p.) : col. ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISBN 0868035114
Notes

Catalogue of an exhibition held at the University of South Australia Art Museum, 4 Mar.-10 Apr. 1999.

Catalogue essays by Erica Green and Peter Harding.

"Fabrics from the Frances Burke Textile Resource Centre, RMIT University, with period furniture and decorative arts. Frances Burke inspired ceramics by Adelaide-based Mambo artist Gerry Wedd, and fabrics by Mambo artists: Bruce Goold, Paul McNeil, Jim Mitchell, Reg Mombassa, Robert Moore and Gerry Wedd".

Subjects Wedd, Gerry -- Exhibitions.  |  Burke, Frances Mary, 1907-1994 -- Exhibitions.  |  Mambo (Firm) -- Exhibitions.  |  Textile design -- Australia -- Exhibitions.  |  Pottery -- 20th century -- Australia -- Exhibitions.  |  Textile fabrics in interior decoration -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Green, Erica  |  Harding, Peter  |  University of South Australia. Art Museum
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