Kangaroo: Images Through the Ages
Hutchinson Australia, 1988 - Art - 247 pages
Traces the development of kangaroo imagery from the earliest Aboriginal paintings, to the first tentative European representations, through to the evolution of the kangaroo as a mass marketed national symbol.
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