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Figure 1 shows a painting by Aboriginal artist  Hippy Wanganeen which depicts a local family ...1

Full note

1. Fletcher, M., "Our mob: Art by South Australian Aboriginal artist," Artlink 34, no. 2, ( 2014): 101, accessed March 20, 2015, https://www.artlink.com.au

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3. Fletcher, Our mob.

Figure layout

Fig.1. Family hunting 2013. (Maggie Fletcher, "Our mob: Art by South Australian Aboriginal artist," Artlink 34, no. 2, ( 2014): 101)

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