Sunbaker, 1937 > Max Dupain

Sunbaker, 1937

Item #4403

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  • Paper Size 70 x 50 centimetres
  • Image Size 46 x 41 centimetres
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About this artwork

The Sunbaker was photographed by Max Dupain in 1937 at Culburra Beach, NSW. This black and white photo depicts the typical Australian way of life. It is now held at The Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney but this poster has been published as part of an exclusive collection by the National Gallery of Australia.

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