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90/501 Photographs (10), black and white, wine and spirit bottles, Max Dupain (photographer), Alistair Morrison (Designer), Sydney, 1958-1963. Photographs (4), black and white, exhibition design, Alistair Morrison (designer), Sydney, 1950.. Click to enlarge.

Photographs by Alistair Morrison and Max Dupain

Designed
Photographs (10), black and white, wine and spirit bottles, Max Dupain (photographer), Alistair Morrison (Designer), Sydney, 1958-1963. Photographs (4), black and white, exhibition design, memorial exhibition for Sydney Ure Smith, Alistair Morrison (designer), Sydney, 1950.

Summary

Object No.

90/501

Object Statement

Photographs (10), black and white, wine and spirit bottles, Max Dupain (photographer), Alistair Morrison (Designer), Sydney, 1958-1963. Photographs (4), black and white, exhibition design, Alistair Morrison (designer), Sydney, 1950.

Physical Description

Photographs (10), black and white, wine and spirit bottles, Max Dupain (photographer), Alistair Morrison (Designer), Sydney, 1958-1963. Photographs (4), black and white, exhibition design, memorial exhibition for Sydney Ure Smith, Alistair Morrison (designer), Sydney, 1950.

Production

Notes

Wine labels and exhibition designed by Alistair Morrison.

Photographs of wine bottles taken by Max Dupain.

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Mr Alistair Morrison, 1990

Acquisition Date

16 May 1990

Cite this Object

Harvard

Photographs by Alistair Morrison and Max Dupain 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 4 March 2021, <https://ma.as/107295>

Wikipedia

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