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Record title

Windsor, Head of navigation Hawksbury [sic] River / watercolour, possibly by G.W. Evans, & formerly attributed to E. Earle

Call numbers

SV1B/Wind/6

Record identifier

nZNvEJQn

Windsor, Head of navigation Hawksbury [sic] River / watercolour, possibly by G.W. Evans, & formerly attributed to E. Earle

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Full title

Windsor, Head of navigation Hawksbury [sic] River / watercolour, possibly by G.W. Evans, & formerly attributed to E. Earle

Date

1810?

Call Numbers

SV1B/Wind/6

Record Identifier

nZNvEJQn
Physical Description

Contents

Drawings - 23.6 x 36.8 on lining paper 32 x 46 cm; in mount 35 x 48 cm. - 1 watercolour

Other Descriptions

Level of description

Fonds

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Copying Conditions

Out of copyright : Creator died before 1955

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

Access Conditions

Ask a Librarian online or in the reading room.

Issue Copy

Microfilm : MAV/FM4/2338, frame 60(b)

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Full title

Windsor, Head of navigation Hawksbury [sic] River / watercolour, possibly by G.W. Evans, & formerly attributed to E. Earle

AUTHORS, ARTISTS AND CONTRIBUTORS

NOTES

General note

Unsigned Two other versions of this drawing are known to exist, one held by the Mitchell Library: "The settlement on the Green Hills, Hawksburgh River N.S. Wales 1809" (Location: PXD 388 v.3 f.7); and "A View of the Green Hills from the North of the Hawkesbury River 1807" (not held in ML; colour copy print at SPF/Windsor, 1807) Digital order no:a1...

Signature / Inscriptions

In ink below view at lower right: "Windsor" In pencil below view, right of centre: "Head of Navigation, Hawksbury [sic] River" In pencil below view at left, in library officer's hand: "Probably by G.W.Evans" Faint notes in pencil on view: "Church and School" and "Granary" A pencil inscription is indistinctly visible above the building furthest to l...

Attributions / Conjectures

Note in card catalogue: "Old catalogue card reads `a pencil note on mount attributes to E.Earle 1810'. This note is still partly decipherable on paper mount, but this attribution to Earle seems very unlikely. See notes on Earle PXn15".

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Purchased 1933

Exhibited in

The Governor: Lachlan Macquarie, 1810 to 1821

Identifiers

PRIMARY IDENTIFIERS

Call Numbers

SV1B/Wind/6

Record Identifier

nZNvEJQn

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https://collection.sl.nsw.gov.au/record/nZNvEJQn

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Reference code

447207

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