Cockle Bay now Darling Harbour, ca. 1819-20 / James Taylor

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Cockle Bay now Darling Harbour, ca. 1819-20 / James Taylor

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ML 941

Record identifier

9PQ8wVrn

Cockle Bay now Darling Harbour, ca. 1819-20 / James Taylor

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Cockle Bay now Darling Harbour, ca. 1819-20 / James Taylor

Full title

Cockle Bay now Darling Harbour, ca. 1819-20 / James Taylor

Date

ca. 1819-1820

Call Numbers

ML 941

Record Identifier

9PQ8wVrn
Physical Description

Contents

Drawings - approx. 587 x 1145 mm. inside frame 670 x 1250 mm. - 1 watercolour

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Copying Conditions

Out of copyright : Artist died before 1955

Please acknowledge: : Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

A west view of Sydney from Fort Phillip, a location just to the south of the present-day Observatory. "Across Darling Harbour on the left is Pyrmont with John Macarthur's windmill. Cockle Bay or White Bay separates it from Balmain. The two post-mills are on Millers Point, beyond which is Goat Island and the Parramatta River. Balls Head lies just pa...

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Cockle Bay now Darling Harbour, ca. 1819-20 / James Taylor

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

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Signature / Inscriptions

J. Taylor Capt. 48th Regt. 1814 -- inscribed in ink at lower left

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Exhibited in

A Rage for Curiosity

Eora: Mapping Aboriginal Sydney, 1770-1850

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ML 941

Record Identifier

9PQ8wVrn

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447716

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