C1880

The Australian International Exhibition Building at Sydney.

Artist:

Artist unknown

Excellent large image of the Exhibition Building (Garden Palace) which burnt down in 1882. The Garden Palace was designed by James Barnet, built in only eight months from iron and timber with the use of electric lights to allow three … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

The Australian International Exhibition Building at Sydney.

Date:

C1880

Artist:

Artist unknown

Condition:

In good condition, with centre fold as issued

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

503mm 
x 275mm

Paper Size: 

560mm 
x 332mm
AUTHENTICITY
The Australian International Exhibition Building at Sydney. - Antique View from 1880

Genuine antique
dated:

1880

Description:

Excellent large image of the Exhibition Building (Garden Palace) which burnt down in 1882. The Garden Palace was designed by James Barnet, built in only eight months from iron and timber with the use of electric lights to allow three shifts to work per day. It was a great success with over 1,022,000 visitors through it’s gates. On 22 September 1882 the building was totally destroyed in a six hour fire.

 From the original edition of The Graphic.

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