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96/44/1-6/3/43 Negatives (133), black and white, Lyndal Moor, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969. Click to enlarge.

Negatives of Lyndal Moor photographed by David Mist

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Negatives (133), black and white, Lyndal Moor, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969.
35mm negatives in 48 strips of two or three negatives. Nude photograph of Moor taken with a distorted lens on Tamarama beach rocks. Similar image appears on pages 100-101 of the book.
Neg 1229 shows nude shot of Lyndal Moor sitting on Tamarama Beach rocks with arms and legs crossed. It is similar to the negative used in the book, however it is not the same.

Summary

Object No.

96/44/1-6/3/43

Object Statement

Negatives (133), black and white, Lyndal Moor, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969

Physical Description

Negatives (133), black and white, Lyndal Moor, taken for the book 'Made in Australia', acetate film, David Mist, Sydney, 1969.
35mm negatives in 48 strips of two or three negatives. Nude photograph of Moor taken with a distorted lens on Tamarama beach rocks. Similar image appears on pages 100-101 of the book.
Neg 1229 shows nude shot of Lyndal Moor sitting on Tamarama Beach rocks with arms and legs crossed. It is similar to the negative used in the book, however it is not the same.

Production

Notes

The photographer notes that the negative that was used in the book appears to be missing from the series.

Cite this Object

Harvard

Negatives of Lyndal Moor photographed by David Mist 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 7 December 2021, <https://ma.as/154134>

Wikipedia

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