C1889

"Dead from the Want of Water" / An Incident of Bush Life in Australia.

Large colonial engraving showing the dangers of the Australian outback. From the original edition of The Graphic.

$A 245

S/N: TG-AA-890105020–386232
(C096)
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Full Title:

“Dead from the Want of Water” / An Incident of Bush Life in Australia.

Date:

C1889

Condition:

In good condition, with centre fold as issued.

Technique:

Engraving.

Image Size: 

305mm 
x 395mm

Paper Size: 

363mm 
x 461mm
AUTHENTICITY
"Dead from the Want of Water" / An Incident of Bush Life in Australia. - Antique View from 1889

Genuine antique
dated:

1889

Description:

Large colonial engraving showing the dangers of the Australian outback.

From the original edition of The Graphic.

William Small (1843 - 1929)

William Small (1843-1929) Small was born in Edinburgh, on 27 May 1843. He began his art career designing illustrations of bedsteads and gas brackets. He trained at the Royal Scottish Academy, and moving to London in 1865, where he quickly established himself as a painter and illustrator.

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