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British neo-romantics 1935-1950

National Museum of Wales. Department of Art.

British neo-romantics 1935-1950

by National Museum of Wales. Department of Art.

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Published by National Museum of Wales in Cardiff .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Exhibition held at Fischer Fine Art 13th July-19th August 1983 and at the National Museum of Wales 27th August-25th September 1983.

Statement(organized by the Department of Art of the NationalMuseum of Wales and Fischer Fine Art).
ContributionsFischerFine Art.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14193148M

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