AUSTRALIAN ARTIST IN SOUTH EAST ASIA

By: Bruce Petty

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AUSTRALIAN ARTIST IN SOUTH EAST ASIA by Bruce Petty
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Grayflower Publications, Melbourne - first edition, 1962. hardcover, 11" x 8", and dust jacket. Original bookseller's label to front paste-down. Jacket edges show wear, with 2" tear to front. VERY GOOD book in GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Two-colour illustrated board covers, grey type to spine, illustrated endpapers, printed throughout on thick cream stock. Ronald Searle has wriiten the Introduction. In 1961 Australian b&w illustrator Bruce Petty travelled through South-East Asia; this book reflects his new awareness and provides his impressions in a series of pen drawings and text.

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