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Sally Robinson

'Expect a polite refusal'

Sally Robinson
Video: 5 minutes

Artist Sally Robinson describes her career and the creation of her portrait of Tim Winton.

Video transcript

1 . Tim Winton 2019 All Sally Robinson. © Sally Robinson.

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