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Queensland Islands [picture] / Jo Anne Hook
Bib ID 5788760
Format PicturePicture
Author
Hook, Jo Anne
 
Description [Melbourne] : Australian Airlines, [between 1980 - 1992] 
1 poster : col. ill. ; 89 x 62 cm. 
Summary

Poster features a painted illustration of a Cassowary standing in front of a view of the sea with islands in the distance and a beach in the foreground. The view is framed by vegetation and palm leaves, and the illustration is enclosed by an orange line and surrounded by a wide white border which extends behind the Cassowary. Title extends across top in large black letters, and the Australian Airlines logo is at the lower right. The artist's signature is printed on the border at the left.

Notes

Catalogue record generated as part of a batch load.

Poster is laminated.

Subjects Australian Airlines -- Posters.  |  Cassowaries -- Queensland -- Posters.  |  Travel posters -- Queensland -- Posters.  |  Queensland -- Posters.
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