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David Dallwitz, Australia, 1914 ‑ 2003, Blue flash, 1969, Seacliff, Adelaide, synthetic polymer paint on canvas, 167.4 x 244.0 cm; Gift of the artist 1986, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, Courtesy estate of David Dallwitz.

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