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Martin Sharp with SOH poster, 1982 / William Yang
Bib ID 7250092
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [still image, online resource]
Author
Yang, William, 1943- photographer
 
Online Access
Description 1982 
1 online resource (1 photograph) : TIFF file, colour 
Series

Yang, William, 1943- My generation series, 1975-2011

Technical Details

Mode of access: Online. 

Summary

Martin Sharp working on Sydney Opera House poster at his Wirian studio.

Notes

Title supplied by photographer.

Part of the: My generation series, 1975-2011

Subjects Sharp, Martin, 1942-2013 -- Portraits.  |  Artists -- Australia -- 20th century -- Portraits.  |  Cartoonists -- Australia -- Portraits.  |  Painters -- Australia -- Portraits.  |  Artists' studios -- New South Wales -- Sydney -- Photographs.
Occupation Cartoonists.  |  Painters.  |  Artists.
Other authors/contributors Yang, William, 1943-
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