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The Sydney Harbour Bridge, 1930 [picture] / Sydney Ure Smith
Bib ID 566918
Format PicturePicture
Author
Smith, Sydney Ure, 1887-1949
 
Description Sydney , S. Ure Smith, 1930 
1 art reproduction : colour ; 30.4 x 38 cm. 
Notes

Title from accompanying label.

"The Sydney Harbour Bridge watercolour drawing by Sydney Ure Smith. This drawing was made in July 1930, from North Sydney. The original was shown in the Society of Aritsts Annual Exhibition 1930, Sydney. The blocks were engraved by Messrs. Hartland & Hyde of Sydney, and the plates were printed by Arthur McQuitty, McQuitty House, Regent St., Sydney."--Printed on label.

Inscriptions: "S.Ure.Smith, 1930"--Printed lower left.

Subjects Bridges -- Design and construction -- Pictorial works.  |  Sydney Harbour Bridge (Sydney, N.S.W.) -- Pictorial works.  |  Sydney (N.S.W.) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Pictorial works.

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