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At home with Manning Clark

Saturday 22 June 2019
Portrait of Manning Clark at Wapengo NSW
Portrait of Manning Clark at Wapengo NSW, 1972 Arthur Boyd AC OBE. © Arthur Boyd. Arthur Boyd's work reproduced with the permission of the Bundanon Trust

The National Portrait Gallery is delighted to collaborate with Manning Clark House to present an afternoon at the home of Manning and Dymphna Clark. Discover where the portrait painting Manning Clark at Wapengo NSW, 1972 by Arthur Boyd, was originally displayed. Bas Clark will give a short talk about the portrait and guides will be available at various points around the house to discuss aspects of the Robin Boyd building.

Devonshire tea will be provided, served on the Clark's beautiful blue and white crockery.

Location: Manning Clark House, 11 Tasmania Circle, Forrest

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