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Nearly 60 years ago in Canberra a young Queen Elisabeth and Prince Philip met one of Australia's up and coming artists who gave them one of his paintings. Albert Namatjira was fast making a reputation for his world class landscape watercolours and he brought the beauty of his country to a new audience. Six decades on, that meeting has come full circle with his grandchildren visiting the Queen at Buckingham Palace. Source: abc.net.au

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