Australian playwright, David Williamson, Sydney, 1972 [picture] / Lee Pearce
- Bib ID:
- Pearce, Lee, 1940-
- Online Access:
- National Library of Australia digitised item
- [negative 1972, digital reproduction 2006]
- 1 digital reproduction from negative : b&w.
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- Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
David Williamson was born in Melbourne, 24 February 1942, and is one of Australia's most well-known playwrights who has also created screenplays for film and television. He studied mechanical engineering at Monash University from which he graduated in 1964 and worked briefly as an engineer for General Motors Holden. He later returned to writing plays in 1967 and in 1971wrote 'Don's party' and 'The Removalists'. His works focuses on themes of politics and family in contemporary urban Australia.
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- The original negative is in private ownership.
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- Purchased from the photographer, 2006.
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