C1844

Port Jackson from Dawes’ Battery.

Very rare lithograph Looking from Dawes Point and the battery to Fort Macquarie (Bennelong Point).  Collections: Australian War Memorial National /  ART94357National Gallery of Australia / 149912National Library of Australia / Bib ID511970  From Prout,  Sydney Illustrated.

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Full Title:

Port Jackson from Dawes’ Battery.

Date:

C1844

Condition:

In good condition

Technique:

Hand coloured lithograph, with one tint.

Image Size: 

290mm 
x 187mm
AUTHENTICITY
Port Jackson from Dawes' Battery. - Antique Print from 1844

Genuine antique
dated:

1844

Description:

Very rare lithograph Looking from Dawes Point and the battery to Fort Macquarie (Bennelong Point). 

Collections:
Australian War Memorial National /  ART94357
National Gallery of Australia / 149912
National Library of Australia / Bib ID511970 

From Prout,  Sydney Illustrated.

John Skinner Prout (1805 - 1876)

John Skinner Prout (1805-1876) Prout was born in England Prout emigrated to Australia in 1840 with his wife and seven children. He soon became involved in the colonial life as a commercial artist, lecturing and publishing his own series of lithographs titled, Sydney Illustrated and Tasmania Illustrated in 1844-1846. His time in Tasmania teaching drawing, sketching and watercolours created interest and fostered a number of colonial amateurs. He is represented in all major institutional collections.

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