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Issue Details: First known date: 1984... 1984 Interview with Donald Friend, Australian Artist
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Donald Friend describes his life in Bali; paintings sold on the island and exhibitions sent to Australia; his three books published while in Bali; reasons for leaving Bali; his still life paintings; friends; exhibitions; painters and galleries; his diaries given to the National Library; influences on his life; time in the Army during World War II; opinions of art critics, young painters and dealers; his mural painted for James Fairfax; Torres Straits Islander culture; his paintings of Aborigines; the young boy he brought to Australia for medical treatment; differences between the Society of Artists and the Contemporaries; ballet design; book illustrating; writer friends and acquaintances. The tape ends with a description of Donald Friend, his house, studio and garden.

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      1984 .
      Extent: 3 cassettesp.


      Held at: National Library of Australia
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