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Engravings, lithographs, etchings, woodblocks and other prints, organised by subject.
All items available for purchase are originals. We do not sell reproductions. Find out more
Prints by Subject A-Z (Cabinet)
Architecture & Design
Decorative & Classical
Japanese Woodblocks & Watercolours
Posters & Advertising ephemera
Professions & Trades
Satirical & Comical
Medical & Anatomical
Schools & Universities Aust
Science & Engineering
Sports & Games
Antique maps arranged by geography and subject featuring works by some of the most important and influential mapmakers in human history.
COOK MAPS 1st, 2nd & 3rd VOYAGES
Historical views of important landmarks, cities and towns arranged by geographical location.
Australia & New Zealand
Europe & UK
Botanicals, birds and animals for decadent interiors, avid collectors and lovers of creatures.
McCoy's Prodromus Zoology
Rare books and fine paintings as well as new books and catalogues.
Availability: In stock
Common name: Common boobialla, native juniper or blueberry tree
Modern binomial name: Myoporum insulare
First described: Robert Brown
Distribution: NSW, VIC, SA, WA & TAS
Rosa Catherine Fiveash (1854-1938)
Fiveash was a botanical artist, born in Adelaide, the youngest child of Robert Archibald Fiveash, businessman and superintendent of the Blinman and Yudanamutana copper-mines, and his wife Margaret, nee Rees. She was trained by Miss A. Benham and at the Adelaide School of Art and Design 1881-88, and then taught art privately and at Tormore House School in North Adelaide for many years. In 1882 Rosa was invited to illustrate The Forest Flora of South Australia. Nine parts of this work were published in 1882-90 but the series was never completed. Fiveash drew 32 of the 45 published lithographs.
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