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Acylic painting on Stretched Canvas is of Bradleys Head in Sydney Harbour, looking towards the city in the afternoon sun.
Bradleys Head has an imposing tripod structure towering over the harbour.
HMAS Sydney ‘ s tripod foremast at Bradleys Head Sydney paid off at Sydney on 8 May 1928 and arrived at the Cockatoo Island Dockyard in 1929, where she was broken up. [9] [12] The ship’s foremast was retained, and in 1934, it was erected at Bradleys Head by the floating crane Titan.

Sides painted white, artwork is varnished for protection.

Afternoon, Bradley’s Head (Sydney Harbour)(sold)

GEOFF Hargraves

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Size: 71w x 71h x 4d cms
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Acrylic on stretched canvas
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Acylic painting on Stretched Canvas is of Bradleys Head in Sydney Harbour, looking towards the city in the afternoon sun.
Bradleys Head has an imposing tripod structure towering over the harbour.
HMAS Sydney ‘ s tripod foremast at Bradleys Head Sydney paid off at Sydney on 8 May 1928 and arrived at the Cockatoo Island Dockyard in 1929, where she was broken up. [9] [12] The ship’s foremast was retained, and in 1934, it was erected at Bradleys Head by the floating crane Titan.

Sides painted white, artwork is varnished for protection.

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