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Nine character costume designs for Garni Sands, by George Dreyfus [picture] / Colin Williams, designer
Bib ID 709036
Format PicturePicture
Author
Williams, C. (Colin)
 
Description 1972 
9 drawings : ink and wash on textured paper ; 39.5 x 29.5 cm. 
Notes

Title from loose leaf accompanying material.

Names of characters inscribed on drawings.

(ANL) R6244-R6252.

Subjects Dreyfus, George, 1928- . Garni sands.  |  Costume -- Australia.  |  Costume.  |  Picture -- Costume and theatre.

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