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Cambridge senior visual arts : stage 6 / [edited by] Marianne Hulsbosch ... [et al.]
Bib ID 4233090
Format BookBook
Description Cambridge ; Port Melbourne : Cambridge University Press, 2008 
x, 230 p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm. + 1 CD-ROM. 
ISBN 9780521714815
Technical Details

System requirements for attached CD-ROM: IBM PC or compatible; Pentium II 500 Mhz or higher; 256 MB RAM; Windows 98 or higher. 

System requirements for attached CD-ROM: Macintosh; PowerMac G3 500 Mhz or higher ; 256 MB RAM; Mac OS 10.2 or higher. 

Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. 220-222.

For secondary school age.

Subjects Art -- History.  |  Art criticism.  |  Art.
Other authors/contributors Hulsbosch, Marianne
Available From Cambridge University Press, 477 Williamstown Rd, Port Melbourne VIC 3207 

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