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Bernard Hall and the Representation of the Feminine in Australian Art

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Bernard Hall was the Director of the National Gallery of Victoria from 1892-1934 and Master of its Schools.




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Description: Bernard Hall and the Representation of the Feminine in Australia 1880 – 1935
A Deakin University research project concerning the way women were portrayed by Bernard Hall and other artists who studied at Melbourne’s National Gallery School

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