C1803

Parkinsonian Paradise Bird

1797 November, First European sighting John Wilson. An ex-convict who lived with Aboriginals after his term expired in 1792 said that there was in the bush near Sydney, &quota bird of the pheasant species&quot, near Sydney. 1800 November An early … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Parkinsonian Paradise Bird

Date:

C1803

Condition:

Technique:

Image Size: 

127mm 
x 175mm

Frame Size: 

354mm 
x 416mm
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Parkinsonian Paradise Bird - Antique Print from 1803

Genuine antique
dated:

1803

Description:

1797 November, First European sighting John Wilson. An ex-convict who lived with Aboriginals after his term expired in 1792 said that there was in the bush near Sydney, &quota bird of the pheasant species&quot, near Sydney. 1800 November An early scientific description . From George Shaw and Frederick Nodder created The Naturalist’s Miscellany between 1790 and 1813.

Frederick Polydore Nodder (1751 - 1800)

Nodder was an English natural history artist of plants, animals and fauna. He was botanical artist to Queen Charlotte and also worked for Joseph Banks on the monumental publication of the botanical specimens collected on James Cook's first voyage. Known as Banks' Florilegium, it was never printed during Bank's lifetime.

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