Sidney Nolan: the Gallipoli series - Young Soldier

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This outstanding catalogue accompanies the newest Memorial exhibition Sidney Nolan: the Gallipoli series. Nolan created some of the most iconic paintings in Australian art. He worked on the Gallipoli series from the mid-1950s until the late 1970s and donated 252 works from the series to the Memorial. The catalogue features stunning colour plates of selected works, capturing Nolan's vivid colours and unique vision. Accompanying essays offer insights into his life and work, and an exhibition checklist includes details of all the featured works. Printed in four different covers.

Soft cover, illustrated throughout, 58 pages.

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