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APA Citation

Ross, Peter. & Litson, Jo. & Art Gallery of New South Wales, issuing body.  (2017).  Let's face it : the history of the Archibald Prize.  Sydney, N.S.W :  Art Gallery of New South Wales

MLA Citation

Ross, Peter. and Litson, Jo. and Art Gallery of New South Wales, issuing body.  Let's face it : the history of the Archibald Prize / Peter Ross and Jo Litson  Art Gallery of New South Wales Sydney, N.S.W  2017

Australian/Harvard Citation

Ross, Peter. & Litson, Jo. & Art Gallery of New South Wales, issuing body.  2017,  Let's face it : the history of the Archibald Prize / Peter Ross and Jo Litson  Art Gallery of New South Wales Sydney, N.S.W

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  | title=Let's face it : the history of the Archibald Prize / Peter Ross and Jo Litson
  | author1=Ross, Peter, 1932-
  | author2=Litson, Jo
  | author3=Art Gallery of New South Wales
  | year=2017
  | publisher=Art Gallery of New South Wales
  | language=English
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