Hardy Wilson: a living memory

United Kingdom, 1983

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Hardy Wilson was an Australian architect and artist who acknowledged a climate that was non-European and designed houses and commercial buildings which were sympathetic to their surroundings. He was also a watercolourist, furniture designer, and a prolific social and philosophical writer. This film is of interest to an audience interested in Australian heritage and culture.

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