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Photograph of Wolfgang Sievers by Elizabeth Gilliam

Photographed by Gilliam, Elizabeth in Sandringham, Victoria, 1988.
Photographic print, black & white, Wolfgang Sievers at Red Bluff Cliffs, paper, Sandringham, Victoria, photograph by Elizabeth (Liz) Gilliam, Sandringham, Victoria, Australia, 1988

Black and white photographic portrait of Wolfgang Sievers. Sievers wears a boldly patterned batik shirt and poses for the camerar on a cliff edge above the ocean. Text written in blue and black ink on the reverse side of the print offers information on both the subject and the photographer.
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