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9780646561813 First Views of Lake St Clair

<em>First Views of Lake St Clair</em>

When the artist John Skinner Prout arrived in Hobart with his family, in 1844, one of the people who welcomed his arrival was Mary Morton Allport, Australia's first professional woman artist, who was pleased to arrange lessons with Prout for her eldest son, Morton.
This book contains biographical notes on Prout the artist, and Allport, the photographer, and combines the two prose accounts and associated images to provide a notable record of the area in the nineteenth century.
 
Authors: Tony Brown and Gillian Winter
 
Hardback  157 pages
 
Weight:  1.260kg


Price   $49.95
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