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33 Stunning Images That Reveal The Story Behind Australia's Most Iconic Photograph

There's more to Max Dupain's Sunbaker than you might think.

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2. But the image wasn't actually printed until 1975, when it was featured in a retrospective exhibition of the work of Dupain (pictured below).

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3. This is because the negative for Dupain's preferred version of the image was actually lost. Today, only one known print of this version exists - shown below, from a collection at the State Library of NSW.

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8. One of those friends was builder Chris Vandyke, who owned the collection of these images that is now at the State Library of NSW.

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