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Lake Eyre / Anna Ephraim
Bib ID 7125734
Format BookBook [text, volume]
Author
Ephraim, Anna, artist
 
Description Melbourne : Negative Press, [2015] 
©2015 
8 unnumbered pages : illustrations (some colour) ; 34 cm 
ISBN 9780994413901 (paperback)
Notes

Published to coincide with the release of edition 004: Anna Ephraim, Lake Eyre.

"A series of four screenprints"--Website (http://negativepress.com.au/editions/anna-ephraim/ - viewed 4/7/16)

Essay: The lowest point by Quentin Sprague, July 2015.

Subjects Ephraim, Anna.  |  Eyre, Lake (S.A.) -- In art.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors Sprague, Quentin, writer of added commentary

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