'Study for 'Dog gymkahna'' by Frank Hinder, 1938

Australia, 1979

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Episode number 8 of Series “The Australian eye II”.
A study of the oil painting by Frank Hinder, “Study for dog gymkhana”. One of a handful of paintings which carried Australian art beyond Post-Impressionism into Cubism and its off-shoots. Commentary by Cecily Poulson.

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