Object: Changing pasture
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Nairn, James M. (artist), 1899, Wellington
|Medium summary||oil on canvas|
|Materials||oil paint, canvas|
x 865mm (Width)
Frame: 1255mm (Height) x 1105mm (Width) x 75mm (Depth)
|Credit line||Gift of the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts, 1936|
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