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Photograph of David Dear sitting on a pebble beach. Possibly taken on the South coast of England.

Artist: Eileen Agar 1899-1991
Date: [1939]
Classification: Photograph - print
Medium: Black and white print
Dimensions: 61 x 61 mm
Tate Archive No.: TGA/8927/12/171/1

Presented to Tate Archive by Eileen Agar in 1989 and transferred from the photograph collection in 2012.

© Tate

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