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Four ladies looking at the country

Susannah Nelson

acrylic on cotton canvas

91cm x 91cm x 2cm

2017

“In the two houses with big windows, there is a couple of ladies looking down at the cars and the train going up and down on the highway, looking at country.

The cars, little cars are all the same one

The train is running empty in people

Down, there is hills, trees”

Susannah Nelson , 4/07/17 in Tennant Creek. Desert Mob 2017

Ref: 17-TA66

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