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African Art In Southern Africa
from Tradition to Township

Item date(s): 1989

Anitra Nettleton  - (edited with an introduction by)
David Hammond-Tooke  - (edited with an introduction by)

Pages: 252pp
Size: 270mm

Place publication: Johannesburg, RSA
Publisher: Ad. Donker Publisher
ISBN: 0-86852-158-2

Ref: SA/0712


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