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Imants Tillers

New Litany, 1999

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Catalogue number: 104

synthetic polymer paint and gouche on six canvas boards

75.50 x 70.50

unsigned

Provenance:

Chapman Gallery, Canberra;
Woodbury Art, Melbourne;
Private Collection, Victoria

Exhibited:

Home Visitation, Chapman Gallery, Canberra, 13 August - 6 September 1999;
possibly - Imants Tillers - Post Colonial: where’s the post, Span Galleries, Melbourne;
words, words, words..., Charles Nodrum Gallery, 7 - 30 July, 2016, no 1

Note:

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