Item #5000804 Four early Sydney engravings handsomely framed. SYDNEY ENGRAVERS, John CARMICHAEL, James MACLEHOSE, John Skinner PROUT.
Four early Sydney engravings handsomely framed
Four early Sydney engravings handsomely framed
Four early Sydney engravings handsomely framed

Four early Sydney engravings handsomely framed.
Four early Sydney engravings handsomely framed

Sydney: various, circa 1835-1840.

Four original engravings all approx 10.5 x 17 cm in handsome gilt frames.

Including one of the earliest depictions of an Australian vineyard.

Four engraved views representative of Macquarie era Sydney, the work of distinguished Sydney engraver, painter and teacher John Black Carmichael (c.1803-1857), Sydney printer James Maclehose, and a view of St. James's Church by colonial artist John Skinner Prout (1805-1876). Carmichael is also notable for having been one of the earliest free emigrant artists to pursue a lifelong professional career in New South Wales. (DAAO online).

Four engraved views representative of Macquarie era Sydney, the work of distinguished Sydney engraver, painter and teacher John Black Carmichael (c.1803-1857), Sydney printer James Maclehose, and a view of St. James's Church by colonial artist John Skinner Prout (1805-1876). Carmichael is also notable for having been one of the earliest free emigrant artists to pursue a lifelong professional career in New South Wales. (DAAO online).

The views are:

Irrawang Vineyard & Pottery. One of the earliest depictions of an Australian vineyard.

Lord's Mill Botany Bay. Simeon Lord (1771-1840) established his watermill at Botany Bay, New South Wales, to provide the power for the manufacture of shoes, hats, harness and textiles. The watermill was still operating in 1855. Mill Pond and Engine Pond remain as reminders of Lord's industry.

Normal Institution. Hyde Park Sydney. Rare early engraving of Henry Carmichael's school established in 1835 in Elizabeth Street.

St. James's Church, Court Houses, Sydney.

Price (AUD): $2,000.00

US$1,426.36   Other currencies

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