Harald Vike, 1906-1987: A Retrospective
This book looks at the art of Harald Vike who came to Australia from Norway. Vike fell in love with Australia and his art is a document of that affection celebrating many of the things that we take so much for granted.
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Perth 1929 1941
Melbourne 1942 1968
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