[William Dobell]

Australia, 1966

Film
A still image from [William Dobell]

On the tranquil shores of Lake Macquarie, William Dobell lives and works. He and Dame Mary Gilmore discuss his work and its development - rough sketches from real life later translated to danvas; commissioned portraits; and landscapes. Studies of some of his better known works are included. Contains some b&w footage.

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Credits

producer

Boris Cook

Duration

00:20:13:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1966

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