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Ulambara : etchings by nine Victorian aboriginal artists
Bib ID 3889495
Format BookBook
Description Fitzroy, Vic. : Australian Print Workshop, [1999?] 
12 p. : ill., ports. ; 30 cm. 
Notes

Catalogue essay by Rodney Carter.

Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Australian Print Workshop, Fitzroy, Vic., 1999.

Artists include Kevin Atkinson, Roland Atkinson, Wendy Watjera Berick, Jimealie Joyce Carter, David Edwards, Richard Mullett, Lyn Thorpe, Sandry Walsh and Kevin Williams.

Subjects Art, Aboriginal Australian -- Exhibitions.  |  Etching, Australian -- Exhibitions.
Other authors/contributors Carter, Rodney  |  Australian Print Workshop

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