C1848

Condon’s Creek

View of Aboriginals (probably Wodi Wodi tribe) fishing at Bass Point, in small stream running out to a beach probably from present day Killalea Lagoon on the southern side of Bass Point Quarry.

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S/N: SIAU-NC-015–184040
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Full Title:

Condon’s Creek

Date:

C1848

Engraver:

William Spreat 

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Lithograph with one tint.

Image Size: 

239mm 
x 183mm
AUTHENTICITY
Condon's Creek - Antique Print from 1848

Genuine antique
dated:

1848

Description:

View of Aboriginals (probably Wodi Wodi tribe) fishing at Bass Point, in small stream running out to a beach probably from present day Killalea Lagoon on the southern side of Bass Point Quarry.

Capt. Robert Westmacott (1801 - 1870)

Sketcher, army officer and pioneer. He is best known for his sketches in Australia, a series of views of Sydney and rural New South Wales. Settling north Bulli he bred horses and was said to have discovered and surveyed the road now called Bulli Pass.

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