C1848

The Jigama River near Pambula. (Jiguma)

Very rare lithographed view taken from the sea looking to the mouth of the Pamula River. Westmacott and his wife were on board the ship that took Governor Bourke, to Sydney for his appointment as Governor in 1831. Westmacott would … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

The Jigama River near Pambula. (Jiguma)

Date:

C1848

Engraver:

William Spreat, lithographer 

Condition:

In good condition.

Technique:

Hand coloured lithograph, with one tint and .

Image Size: 

258mm 
x 163mm

Paper Size: 

330mm 
x 260mm
AUTHENTICITY
The Jigama River near Pambula. (Jiguma) - Antique View from 1848

Genuine antique
dated:

1848

Description:

Very rare lithographed view taken from the sea looking to the mouth of the Pamula River. Westmacott and his wife were on board the ship that took Governor Bourke, to Sydney for his appointment as Governor in 1831. Westmacott would have probably sketched this view while on this voyage.

Collections:
National Library Australia:
Wollongong Art Gallery: 2014.033

Capt. Robert Westmacott (1801 - 1870)

Sketcher, army officer and pioneer. He is best known for his sketches in Australia, a series of views of Sydney and rural New South Wales. Settling north Bulli he bred horses and was said to have discovered and surveyed the road now called Bulli Pass.

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