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12 Bea Maddock 1934 – 2016 by Daniel Thomas, Tasmania
Issue 290, June, 2016



Bea Maddock, Four finger exercise for two hands, 1982, photo-etched linocut, printed in process colour, from four blocks; 53.4 x 46.9cm (printed image), 76.6 x 58.4cm (sheet); National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; Gordon Darling Fund, 1984




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12 Bea Maddock 1934 – 2016 by Daniel Thomas, Tasmania
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