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We live in the meanings we are able to discern
Theme:The Land
 
Artist:Bea MADDOCK
Born:1934, Hobart, TAS, Australia
 
Richard BUTLER
Born:1958, Australia
Role:assistant
 
Title:We live in the meanings we are able to discern
Title Description: seven panels
Date Made:1987
Media General:Painting
Media Category:Painting
Medium:pigment wash, charcoal and encaustic on canvas and cibachrome photograph within wooden framework
Technique:pigment wash, charcoal and encaustic
Dimensions (cm):  115.2 x 527.1 overall
Place Made:AUSTRALIA, Tasmania, Hobart
Inscriptions:signed and dated reverse of each panel, fibre-tipped pen 'Bea M '87'. image copyright good.
Accession No:88.378.A-G
 
Credit Line: Gift of the ANZ group on the occasion of Australia's Bicentenary 1988. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
 
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