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'Three Panoramic Views of Port Jackson, in New South Wales, with the town of Sydney, and the adjacent scenery. Engraved by R. Havell & Son, After original drawings by Major Taylor between 1817 & 1822', limited edition 64/100, three plates from the original
After George Stubbs (British, 1724-1806), 'A singular Animal called Kangaroo found on the Coast of New Holland', engraving, titled in plate below image, within a huon pine frame, the print 17.5 x 22 cm, the frame 45.5 x 54 cm. Note: This image, which was p
John William Lewin. A Hoodee of Gunna Chief of Rangee Hoo Hand tinted lithograph, London: G. & W.B. Whittaker, 1824. Gunna Chief was the first Maori to sell land to the missionaries in the Bay of Islands in 1815
After Sydney Parkinson. Tetê d'un Guerrier de la Nouvelle Zelande (Head of a warrior of New Zealand) Copperplate engraving. This is the first portrait of a Maori person, from the East Coast of the Nth. Island, drawn by a European artist.
After Isaac Gilsenan. Murderers Bay Copperplate engraving. This is the first image of Maori people drawn by a European artist, showing a crew of Maori in a double-hulled canoe in what is now known as Tasman Bay.
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