June 2006
Belle;Jun/Jul2006, p27
The article provides information on the exhibition of landscape and figurative paintings by Peter Boggs at Maunsell Wickes at the Barry Stern Galleries in Paddington, New South Wales on May 10 to 26, 2006.


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