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Gabriel Fielding (Alan Gabriel Barnsley)
by Mary Banks Click on the links below to find out more
bromide print on painted gold card mount, circa 1967
6 3/8 in. x 5 in. (162 mm x 128 mm)
Given by the sitter's son and Edwina Barnsley, Gabriel Vorenkamp, 2004
- Mary Banks (active 1960s), Scholar, musician, artist and photographer. Artist of 1 portrait.
- Place made and portrayed: United States (Washington State University, Pullman, Washington)
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