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Rare and highly sought-after 1950 etching by Margaret Cilento, who recently featured in the book "The Women of Atelier 17: Modernist Print-Making in Mid-Century New York." Cilento's avant-garde work began when she reached New York in 1947, where her father was the United Nations Director for Refugees and Displaced Persons and her sister actress Diane Cilento was studying ballet. Cilento won the Wattle League Scholarship, funded by the Half Dozen Group, Brisbane, which covered her tuition expenses at Atelier 17 in New York and later Paris. Today, her work is held in major public galleries.
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17 cm
26 cm
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