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This beautifully produced volume, written by a Senior Curator at the National Gallery of Australia, examines the history of printmaking in the country's foundational period. The study is illustrated with over 350 reproductions ranging from the earliest intaglio prints produced in New South Wales by a settler, John Lewin, in 1805, and follows artistic and technical developments up to Goupil and Cie’s print of Opening of the First Parliament of the Australian Commonwealth (1901) by the Australian artist Tom Roberts.

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Images in Colonial Australia 1801-1901

Hardback312pp Illustrated288x237mm

9780642541802     Product Code: 225423

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This beautifully produced volume, written by a Senior Curator at the National Gallery of Australia, examines the history of printmaking in the country's foundational period. The study is illustrated with over 350 reproductions ranging from the earliest intaglio prints produced in New South Wales by a settler, John Lewin, in 1805, and follows artistic and technical developments up to Goupil and Cie’s print of Opening of the First Parliament of the Australian Commonwealth (1901) by the Australian artist Tom Roberts.

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