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Sir George Russell Drysdale, AC (7 February 1912 – 29 June 1981), also known as "Tass Drysdale", was an Australian artist. He won the prestigious Wynne Prize for Sofala in 1947, and represented Australia at the Venice Biennale in 1954. He was influenced by abstract and surrealist art, and "created a new vision of the Australian scene as revolutionary and influential as that of Tom Roberts".Osborne, Harold, ed. (1970) Oxford Companion to Art, Oxford, Oxford University Press

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by Drysdale, Russell, Sir, 1912-1981
[East Gosford, New South Wales] : Gosford Regional Gallery, 2017
BookBook [text, still image, volume]
 
 
by Drysdale, Russell, Sir, 1912-1981
Sydney : National Trust of Australia (N.S.W.), 1985
 
 
by Drysdale, Russell, Sir, 1912-1981
Perth : Art Gallery of Western Australia in conjunction with the Australian Gallery Directors Council, 1980
 
 
by Drysdale, Russell, Sir, 1912-1981
Albury : Albury Regional Art Centre, 1985
 
 
 
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