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Pacific idyll, May 1992 [picture] / O'Neill
Bib ID 5016939
Format PicturePicture
Author
O'Neill, Ward, 1951-
 
Description 1992 
1 drawing : ink and pencil, b&w ; image 18 x 29.4 cm., on sheet 25 x 36.2 cm. 
Series

Ward O'Neill collection.

Summary

Graham Richardson wearing hawaiian shirt sitting on tropical island with his feet in the water.

Notes

Title from acquisitions documentation, see file NLA03/1461.

Part of: Ward O'Neill collection.

Inscriptions: "Graham Richardson, Pacific Idyll, Ramsey SMH 2-5-1992"--In pencil below image; Signed lower left.

Condition: Soiled.

Published in the Sydney Morning Herald on 2 May 1992, p. 25 in Alan Ramsey's column titled "On a distant tropic isle a fuse is lit".

Subjects Richardson, Graham, 1949- -- Caricatures and cartoons.  |  Politicians -- Australia -- Caricatures and cartoons.  |  Australia -- Politics and government -- 1990-2001 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Occupation Federal politicians.
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