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Issue Details: First known date: 2021... 2021 Clarice Beckett : Australian Artist's Place in Global Art History Cemented in Exhibition
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'Imagine if shortly after Mark Rothko's death, someone who thought they knew better decided to destroy his iconic paintings. 

'When Australian artist Clarice Beckett died at 48 years of age in 1935, her father burnt a number of her paintings — works that the Art Gallery of South Australia's curator of Australian art Tracey Lock describes as "Rothko-like".' (Introduction)

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