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Hutchinson of Australia, Melbourne - first edition ISBN:0091573602, 1987. hardcover, 8½" x 10½", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Sixty-four full-colour photographs (mostly artwork), 76 b&w photos (mostly artwork), bibliography, filmography, theatre design, and index. Sidney Nolan was one of Australia's most celebrated painters. His output of graphics, book illustrations, theatre designs, and paintings has been prolific. Throughout much of his life Nolan made his home in Britain; but recently the growing influence of his Celtic ancestry has drawn him more closely to the spirit of his famous series of paintings about the Irish-Australian bushranger Ned Kelly, whose dying words provide the title for this book.