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Kuruwarri, the Generative Force: Balgo Women's Contemporary Paintings and Their Relationship to Traditional Media

Christine Watson, Author
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Published
1996.
Language
English
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    a| Kuruwarri, the generative force : b| Balgo women's contemporary paintings and their relationship to traditional media / c| by Christine Watson.
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    c| 1996.
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    a| 193, [99] leaves : b| illustrations (chiefly color), 2 maps ; c| 31 cm
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    b| M.A. c| Australian National University d| 1996
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    a| Includes bibliographical references (leaves 185-193).
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