South African Cultural Observatory

ABSA L'Atelier

Reference: 2016/0010
Category Arts
Subtitle
Author ABSA
Acc Num 2016/0010
Location ABS ART
Media Type Catalogue
Publisher ABSA
Subjects Artists; Art Exhibitions; Art Competitions
Language English
Date of of Publication 2005
ISBN 0-620-345659
Edition
Series
Pages 118
Hardcover No
Illustrated Yes
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