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See also

  • 'Portrait photograph by Harold Cazneaux, National Library of Australia ?1925'.
  • 'Self Study 1940, pen and coloured inks (a fairly straight sketch) (National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Vic.).'.
  • 'Will Dyson, caricature, Society of Artists cat. 1907.'.

Initial data sources

  • Black and white artists