C1877

Moonlight Scene on the St. Kilda Beach-Chinese Fishing.

Scarce colonial engraving of Corner Inlet, Gippsland, Victoria. From the original edition of the Illustrated Australian News.  Collections: University Queensland: Identifier 991000982479703131 State Library Victoria: PCINF ; IAN 23-04-70 P.81 National Library Australia: Bib ID 2495305 State Library New South Wales: … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Moonlight Scene on the St. Kilda Beach-Chinese Fishing.

Date:

C1877

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

356mm 
x 225mm
AUTHENTICITY
Moonlight Scene on the St. Kilda Beach-Chinese Fishing. - Antique View from 1877

Genuine antique
dated:

1877

Description:

Scarce colonial engraving of Corner Inlet, Gippsland, Victoria.

From the original edition of the Illustrated Australian News. 

Collections:
University Queensland: Identifier 991000982479703131
State Library Victoria: PCINF ; IAN 23-04-70 P.81
National Library Australia: Bib ID 2495305
State Library New South Wales: CALL NUMBERS F079/55, TN380
Royal Geographic Society SA: RGS Special Coll. 079.94 I29d

Albert Charles Cooke (1836 - 1902)

Cooke was a painter, engraver, draughtsman and illustrator. Throughout his career he worked for many of the Illustrated newspapers, such as the Illustrated Sydney News, Illustrated Australian News, The Australasian Sketcher and The Leader. He was also well known for a series of birds eye views of a number of Australian cities and towns.

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O.R.C. - Oswald Rose Campbell (1820 - 1887)

Campbell was an artist  born in the Channel Islands, arrived in Melbourne in October 1852. He then moved to Sydney for brief period and returned to Melbourne in 1864. On Thomas Clark's retirement, Campbell applied again for appointment as drawing-master at the School of Design, claiming that for the past twelve years he had been drawing on wood, chiefly figures for the illustrated papers. He was appointed on 1 December 1876 at a salary of £250.

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