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Queensland Art Gallery [electronic resource] : [Web site]
Bib ID 4395632
Format BookBook, OnlineOnline
Author
Queensland Art Gallery
 
Online Access
Online Versions
Description Brisbane : Queensland Art Gallery, c2002- 
Series

PANDORA electronic collection

Technical Details

Mode of access: World Wide Web 

Summary

The Web site of the Queensland Art Gallery, which is part of the Queensland Cultural Centre on the south bank of the Brisbane River. The QAG houses a significant collection of more than 10,000 international and Australian paintings, sculptures, decorative art objects and works on paper.

Notes

Title from title screen (viewed on 8 Apr. 2005)

Electronic data.

Selected for archiving for the Pandora Archive

Subjects Queensland Art Gallery.  |  Art museums -- Queensland.

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