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Drawings of Sydney streets and buildings, 1950-1968 / drawn by F.B. Lamberger

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PXA 1268

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npAd6WX1

Drawings of Sydney streets and buildings, 1950-1968 / drawn by F.B. Lamberger

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Drawings of Sydney streets and buildings, 1950-1968 / drawn by F.B. Lamberger

Full title

Drawings of Sydney streets and buildings, 1950-1968 / drawn by F.B. Lamberger

Date

1950-1968

Call Numbers

PXA 1268

Record Identifier

npAd6WX1

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28 drawings - 17 x 25 cm-28 x 19 cm - pen and ink on paper

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Fonds

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Copyright status : In copyright - Life of Artist plus 70 years

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Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales and Courtesy copyright holder

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

1. Annandale Street, 1950
2. Washington, 29 Oct 1955
3. Rushcutters Bay (Chevron), 1959
4. Changte ferry, 7.3.60
5. Sydney, 9.5.60. Verso: `From Ancha House Bridge near George St'
6. Farrell Place, Sydney, 1960
7. Forbes Street, Sydney, 9.8.60
8. Double Bay, 17.7.60
9. Verso: MacMahon's Pt wharf "Waterglean" Bldg, 20.3.66

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Full title

Drawings of Sydney streets and buildings, 1950-1968 / drawn by F.B. Lamberger

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

Signature / Inscriptions

Signed, lower right, `F.B. Lamberger; and dated

Published information

Biography written by artist's sister:¶Frederick B. Lamberger : the man and his art / by Catherine Gluck, Potts Point, ca 1990.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Sydney Jewish Museum, November 2010

Administrative / Biographical history

Frederick B. Lamberger was born into a Jewish family in Budapest, Hungary, on 9 May 1907. In 1937 he moved to England to study English. When his passport expired, rather than return to army conscription in Hungary, he went to France, joined the French Underground, was arrested by the Nazis and liberated by the United States at the end of World War...

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PXA 1268

Record Identifier

npAd6WX1

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913132

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