C1868

The "Galatea" Being Overhauled in the Dry Dock at Cockatoo Island.

Rare detailed view of the Duke of Edinburgh’s ship the “Galatea” in Cockatoo Island dry dock in 1868. From the original edition of the Illustrated Sydney News.

$A 325

S/N: ISN-NS-680325341–372123
(C011)
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Full Title:

The “Galatea” Being Overhauled in the Dry Dock at Cockatoo Island.

Date:

C1868

Condition:

Small tear at lower left sheet edge, otherwise in good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured engraving.

Image Size: 

272mm 
x 238mm

Paper Size: 

407mm 
x 272mm
AUTHENTICITY
The "Galatea" Being Overhauled in the Dry Dock at Cockatoo Island. - Antique View from 1868

Genuine antique
dated:

1868

Description:

Rare detailed view of the Duke of Edinburgh’s ship the “Galatea” in Cockatoo Island dry dock in 1868.

From the original edition of the Illustrated Sydney News.

Frederick Garling (1806 - 1873)

Garling was a painter and customs officer. Although self taught, he accompanied Stirling as artist to Swan River in 1827. On his return he accepted the position with customs but continued to be a very active colonial artist. He is best known for his marine paintings associated with Sydney Harbour.

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