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Gordon Andrews catalogues

Made by Andrews, Gordon, 1946-1955.
Exhibition catalogues (3) and invitation, paper, Gordon Andrews, Sydney, 1946-1955

Three catalogues of exhibitions of Gordon Andrews' work:

'Gordon Andrews: exhibition of design and craftsmanship', 25 Rowe Street, Sydney, 5-12 November 1946. At this display Andrews exhibited paintings, costume decor, furniture and advertising photographs.

'7 Designers' was an exhibition of pottery, advertising and industrial design, furniture, costume ornaments, paintings, fabrics and silverware by James Linton, Allan Lowe, Frances Burke, John Richards, Dorothy Buchanan, Paul Jones, Steven Kalmar, Professor George Korody and Gordon Andrews held at the David Jones Art Gallery, 1948. Accompanying the catalogue is a printed invitation to the exhibition.

'6 Photographers' was an exhibition of the work of Gordon Andrews, Max Dupain, Kerry Dundas, Hal Missingham, Axel Poignant and David Potts, 1955. Andrews' photos include ones taken in Paris, Italy and India.

All three catalogues were designed by Andrews.
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