New Zealand Photography Collected

This book illustrates the richness of New Zealand's photographic tradition, from nineteenth-century portraits and landscapes to the latest contemporary art photography.

New Zealand Photography Collected

Author: Athol McCredie

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ISBN: 9780994104144

Page: 368

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This book illustrates the richness of New Zealand's photographic tradition, from nineteenth-century portraits and landscapes to the latest contemporary art photography. It showcases more than 400 photographs from the collection of the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

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