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85/1762 Fabric sample, screenprinted cotton, Frances Burke, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, mid 1950s. Click to enlarge.
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Fabric sample, screenprinted cotton, Frances Burke, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, mid 1950s

Made c 1955
Fabric sample, screenprinted cotton, Frances Burke, Melbourne, Australia, mid 1950s

Summary

Object No.

85/1762

Object Statement

Fabric sample, screenprinted cotton, Frances Burke, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, mid 1950s

Physical Description

Fabric sample, screenprinted cotton, Frances Burke, Melbourne, Australia, mid 1950s

Dimensions

Width

780 mm

Depth

820 mm

Production

Made

c 1955

Notes

Frances Mary Burke (1904-1994)

Source

Credit Line

Gift of Glenn Cooke, 1985.

Acquisition Date

6 September 1985

Cite this Object

Harvard

Fabric sample, screenprinted cotton, Frances Burke, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, mid 1950s 2020, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 6 July 2020, <https://ma.as/36103>

Wikipedia

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