C1878

Over the Dividing Ranges.[Fernshaw]

Artist:

William Anderson Cawthorne (1825 - 1897)

Rare engraving of views in the Dividing Range. 1. Fernshaw2. Etta’s Glen Waterfall3 Snake Creek, Morley’s Track4. Louisa’s Glen, Myrtle Creek From the original edition of the The Illustrated Sydney News.

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S/N: ISN-VC-781102009–229192
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Full Title:

Over the Dividing Ranges.[Fernshaw]

Date:

C1878

Artist:

William Anderson Cawthorne (1825 - 1897)

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

225mm 
x 342mm
AUTHENTICITY
Over the Dividing Ranges.[Fernshaw] - Antique Print from 1878

Genuine antique
dated:

1878

Description:

Rare engraving of views in the Dividing Range.

1. Fernshaw
2. Etta’s Glen Waterfall
3 Snake Creek, Morley’s Track
4. Louisa’s Glen, Myrtle Creek

From the original edition of the The Illustrated Sydney News.

Artist:

William Anderson Cawthorne (1825-1897)

Sketcher, watercolourist and schoolmaster, was born in London on 25 September 1824 [1825?], son of William Cook Cawthorne. He lived in England, Scotland and South Africa before migrating to South Australia with his parents on board the Amelia in 1841, aged seventeen. To support himself and his sick mother, he opened a school in Currie Street, Adelaide, and supplemented his income with freelance surveying and sketching. Cawthorne married his cousin, Mary Ann Georgiana Mower, on 24 June 1848; they had two daughters and five sons.

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