C1784

A New Zealand Chief WHose Head is Ingeniously Tatawed and a Subaltern Warrior of the same Country….

Artist:

Sydney Parkinson (1768 - 1771)

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S/N: NZ-1784-HOGG-02–218739
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Full Title:

A New Zealand Chief WHose Head is Ingeniously Tatawed and a Subaltern Warrior of the same Country….

Date:

C1784

Artist:

Sydney Parkinson (1768 - 1771)

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured copper engraving.

Image Size: 

185mm 
x 280mm
AUTHENTICITY
A New Zealand Chief WHose Head is Ingeniously Tatawed and a Subaltern Warrior of the same Country.... - Antique Print from 1784

Genuine antique
dated:

1784

Description:

Biography:

Sydney Parkinson   (1768-1771)

Parkinson was bom in Edinburgh, Scotland and from an early age his artistic abilities were noticed. He was employed by  Joseph Banks in London before joining him and Daniel Solander on James Cook’s Endeavour on a circumnavigation of the globe (1768-1771) as a botanical draughtsman. During the voyage, he made at least 1,300 drawings and paintings. Parkinson was the first European to draw eucalypts. On the return voyage, he died in Batavia.

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