The Port of Sydney, N.S.W. / J. S. Prout

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Record title

The Port of Sydney, N.S.W. / J. S. Prout

Call numbers

SV*/Sp Coll/Prout/6

Record identifier

92eVAkNY

The Port of Sydney, N.S.W. / J. S. Prout

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The Port of Sydney, N.S.W. / J. S. Prout

Full title

The Port of Sydney, N.S.W. / J. S. Prout

Date

approximately 1842

Call Numbers

SV*/Sp Coll/Prout/6

Record Identifier

92eVAkNY

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Contents

1 drawing - 24.0 x 33.2 cm - pencil

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Full title

The Port of Sydney, N.S.W. / J. S. Prout

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

The lettering of signature and title appear to have been restored. This view is not of Circular Quay and may not be Sydney. Source: Mitchell Library Pictures catalogue card.

Signature / Inscriptions

Signed: J.S. Prout in bottom left corner. Title in bottom right corner. Undated.

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by N. Newcombe, a distant relative of artist, Dec. 1952.

Administrative / Biographical history

John Skinner Prout, (1805-1876), artist, was born on 19 December 1805 at Plymouth, England. He arrived with his wife and seven children in Sydney on 14 December, 1840. He brought a complete lithographic printing press with him, and in early 1841 he started producing lithographed versions of his drawings of Sydney. During his time in Australia he...

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Call Numbers

SV*/Sp Coll/Prout/6

Record Identifier

92eVAkNY

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457713

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