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2009/43/1-8/11 Poster, 'Bruno Benini Photographer', black and white, portrait of Lorraine Childs with gramophone, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1963-1965. Click to enlarge.

Poster 'Bruno Benini Photographer'

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Poster, 'Bruno Benini Photographer', black and white, portrait of Lorraine Childs with gramophone, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1963-1965

Poster shows a photograph of Lorraine Childs in Benini's studio with gramophone taken by Bruno Benini in 1964, the words 'Bruno Benini Photographer' printed within the horn.

Summary

Object No.

2009/43/1-8/11

Object Statement

Poster, 'Bruno Benini Photographer', black and white, portrait of Lorraine Childs with gramophone, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1963-1965

Physical Description

Poster, 'Bruno Benini Photographer', black and white, portrait of Lorraine Childs with gramophone, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1963-1965

Poster shows a photograph of Lorraine Childs in Benini's studio with gramophone taken by Bruno Benini in 1964, the words 'Bruno Benini Photographer' printed within the horn.

Marks

On reverse, centre, written in pencil 'THIS WAS THE SIGN ON THE GLASS DOOR / OF BRUNO BENINI'S McKILLOP ST. STUDIO / 1963', upper centre and lower right, stamped 'BRUNO BENINI / PHOTOGRAPHER / 6 McKILLOP ST. / MELBOURNE TEL 672633', upper left corner, written in pencil '32' in circle.

Dimensions

Height

605 mm

Width

599 mm

Depth

1 mm

Production

Cite this Object

Harvard

Poster 'Bruno Benini Photographer' 2021, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 26 October 2021, <https://ma.as/404483>

Wikipedia

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