Record ID Name of Creator Vital Dates Creator Nationality Creator Attribution Qualifier Title Materials Techniques Measurements Object Work Type Earliest Date Inscriptions Descriptive Note Label Related Work Location Repository Repository Work ID Number
10000 Master of the Uttenheim Altarpiece
born c.1450



Austrian








St. Martin of Tours and St. Nicholas of Bari



panel 76.2 x 67.3 cm
altarpiece









Perhaps painted for the Uttenheim Altar in Vienna.
Related fragments of the same altarpiece were formerly in the Bolzano Museum.



Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1245
10001 Platzer, Johann Georg
1704-1761



Austrian








The Sculptor's Studio



copper 47.5 x 64.7 cm
painting








Signed: J.F. Platzer
There is a variant in Staatliche Kunstsammlung, Dresden.



Art Gallery of New South Wales 696
10002 Barker, Thomas, of Bath
1769-1847



British








The Coming Storm



canvas 59 x 71.8 cm
painting















Art Gallery of Western Australia 903/P8
10007 Barret, George
1728 ?-1784



British








View of Windermere, Early Morning



canvas 149 x 240.5 cm
painting



1781



Signed: G. Barret 1781





National Gallery of Victoria 4712/3
10013 Beach, Thomas
1738-1806



British








George Damer, Viscount Milton



canvas 127.6 x 102.2 cm
painting



1795



Signed: T. Beach pinx/1795





Art Gallery of New South Wales 8607
10023 Beechey, William, Sir
1753-1839



British








Mrs Jeremiah Ives (nee Crew) ?



canvas 29.8 x 22.9 cm
painting









Formerly titled A Lady.
There is some similarity to a portrait of Mrs Ives (location unknown- Witt photgraph).



Art Gallery of Western Australia 910/P5
10024 Beechey, William, Sir
1753-1839



British








The Artist's Wife ?



canvas 125.7 x 93.3 cm (oval)
painting









Formerly titled A Lady.





National Gallery of Victoria 301/1
10025 Beechey, William, Sir
1753-1839



British








An Unknown Man



canvas 76.1 x 63.4 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 803
10026 Browne, J.
active 1760s



British








Landscape with Salisbury Cathedral



canvas 63.2 x 78 cm
painting








Signed: J. Browne Pinx (twice) Formerly attributed 'J. Browne ? ' but this is definite, see a signed and dated landscape (1767) Saumarez collection: Shrubland no. 51.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 1158
10027 Cotes, Francis
1726-1770



British








Lady Elizabeth Jones



canvas 127 x 101.6 cm
painting



1769



Signed: F. Cotes 1769





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1942
10028 Devis, Arthur
1708-1787



British








The Clavey Family in their Garden at Hampstead



canvas 124.5 x 99 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1/1976
10029 English School (Elizabethan)





British








Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester



panel 45.3 x 33.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3017/4
10030 English School (Elizabethan)





British








An Unknown Woman



panel 42.2 x 33.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 4694/3
10031 English School (18th century)





British








An Unknown Man



canvas 127 x 115 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Peter Monamy (c. 1690-1749) by whom no portraits are known, but who might have painted the marine background. The sitter was formerly identified as William Dampier but this is untenable. It is probable that the sitter was a London merchant and his name might be reconstructed from the rubbed inscription, which includes London on the letter in his hand.





Art Gallery of Western Australia 974/P22
10032 English School (18th century)





British








An Unknown Man with a Grey Wig



canvas 73.7 x 67.5 cm
painting









The sitter was once identified as Richard Nash. The artist in style is close to Benjamin Wilson.





National Gallery of Victoria 303c/1
10033 English School (18th century)





British








The Interior of the Colosseum, Rome



canvas 37.3 x 57.6 cm
painting









Similar in style to Joseph Wright, but not by him.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.371
10034 English School (18th century)





British








Mary Lucas



canvas 119.0 x 99.2 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to School of van Dyck c. 1635, but anachronisms in details point to an imitator 1750-1780.





National Gallery of Victoria 217/4
10035 Field, Robert
c. 1769-1819 ?



British








Acting Lieutenant Thomas Wallis



canvas 76.5 x 63.5 cm
painting









Previously attributed 'British School 18th century'. The tentative attribution is made on the likeness of the sitter to two portraits by Field of Sir Provo Wallis and Lieutenant Provo William Parry Wallis (National Portrait Gallery, London photographic archive).





National Gallery of Victoria 2925/4
10036 Fuseli, Henry
1741-1825



British








An Italian Woman Contemplating the Young Milton Asleep



canvas 128 x 102 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1/1981
10037 Gainsborough, Thomas
1727-1788



British








William Mayhew



canvas 76.2 x 63.5 cm
painting



1757










Art Gallery of Western Australia 942/P1
10038 Gainsborough, Thomas
1727-1788



British








The Reverend Samuel Kilderbee



canvas 76.2 x 63.5 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales OB3.1967
10039 Gainsborough, Thomas
1727-1788



British








The Reverend James Hingeston



canvas 76.2 x 63.2 cm
painting









Formerly titled J, Ogier. The correct identity of the sitter was given by John Hayes.





Art Gallery of Western Australia 903/P12
10040 Gainsborough, Thomas
1727-1788



British








An Officer of the 4th Regiment of Foot



canvas 230.2 x 156.1 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1223/3
10041 Gainsborough, Thomas
1727-1788



British








Elizabeth Wrottesley, Later Duchess of Grafton



canvas on panel 76.1 x 63.5 cm (false oval)
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 4727/3
10042 Gainsborough, Thomas
1727-1788



British








John Smith



canvas 76 x 63.5 cm
painting















Queensland Art Gallery 745
10043 Gainsborough, Thomas
1727-1788



British








A View at the Mouth of the Thames



canvas 156.2 x 190.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1840/4
10044 Gainsborough, Thomas
1727-1788



British








The Rt Hon. Charles Wolfran Cornwall



canvas 228 x 148.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1204/5
10045 Gainsborough, Thomas
1727-1788



British








Madame le Brun



canvas 125.7 x 110 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2025
10047 Gascars, Henry
1634/35-1701 ?



British








Virgin and Child



canvas 108.5 x 84.2 cm
painting









Formerly and tentatively attributed to a follower of Jan Thomas Yperen, but the style and type is close to Gascars's.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 4645
10049 Gheeraerts (the Younger), Marcus
1561-1635



British








Gertrude, Lady Aston



canvas 231.1 x 135.2 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1366
10050 Hamilton, William
1751-1801



British








Christ and the Woman of Samaria



canvas 127.1 x 101.4 cm
painting








Signed: W. Hamilton R.A.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 28.1971
10051 Haytley, Edward
active 1740-1761



British








Conversation Piece - the Drake-Brockman Family I



canvas 52.7 x 65 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1246/A/5
10052 Haytley, Edward
active 1740-1761



British








Conversation Piece - the Drake-Brockman Family II



canvas 52.7 x 65 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1246/B/5
10053 Highmore, Joseph
1692-1780



British








Self Portrait



canvas 126.4 x 101 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1760/4
10054 Highmore, Joseph
1692-1780



British








Anthony Highmore



canvas 126.4 x 101.3 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1759/4
10055 Highmore, Joseph
1692-1780



British








Susanna Highmore ?



canvas 91.5 x 71.1 cm
painting









Formerly titled A Young Girl, now tentatively identified as the artist's daughter Susanna (Dr Devapriam- Curator).





National Gallery of Victoria 1761/4
10056 Highmore, Joseph
1692-1780



British








Samuel Booth, Messenger of the Order of Bath



canvas 126.8 x 101.3 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 398/5
10057 Highmore, Joseph
1692-1780



British








Pamela Fainting (no. 3 of 12)



canvas 63.5 x 76.2 cm
painting









Subjects are from Samuel Richardson's novel Pamela.





National Gallery of Victoria 1114/3
10058 Highmore, Joseph
1692-1780



British








Pamela Preparing to Go Home (no. 4 of 12)



canvas 63.5 x 76.2 cm
painting









Subjects are from Samuel Richardson's novel Pamela.





National Gallery of Victoria 1115/3
10059 Highmore, Joseph
1692-1780



British








Pamela Greets her Father (no. 8 of 12)



canvas 63.5 x 76.2 cm
painting









Subjects are from Samuel Richardson's novel Pamela.





National Gallery of Victoria 1116/3
10060 Highmore, Joseph
1692-1780



British








Pamela and the Lady Davers (no. 10 of 12)



canvas 63.5 x 76.2 cm
painting









Subjects are from Samuel Richardson's novel Pamela.





National Gallery of Victoria 117/3
10061 Hogarth, William
1697-1764



British








Dr Benjamin Hoadley M.D.



canvas 75.8 x 63.8 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 8586
10063 Hoppner, John
1758-1810



British








An Unknown Woman



canvas 76.9 x 63.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 4659/3
10064 Hoppner, John
1758-1810



British



circle of



Mrs Mary Robinson ('Perdita') ?



canvas 76.8 x 63.8 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 541/2
10065 Hornebaud, Luke
1490/95-1544 ?



British








Henry VIII



panel 63.8 x 56.5 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2049
10066 Hudson, Thomas
1701-1779



British








Margaret, Lady Oxenden



canvas 126.2 x 102 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 8698
10067 Ibbetson, Julius Caesar
1759-1817 ?



British








Classical Landscape with Figures



canvas 112.0 x 142.0 cm
painting








Inscribed: RG (unacceptable as artist's initials) Formerly attributed with reservation to Richard Wilson, but this is quite unconvincing. Ibbetson not only imitated Wilson but painted 'classical' landscapes like this. The former title St David's Head, Pembrokeshire has no topographical justification.





National Gallery of Victoria 1939/2
10068 Johnson, Cornelius
1593-1661



British








An Unknown Woman



canvas 82.7 x 64.8 cm
painting















Queensland Art Gallery PT1983.163
10069 Kettle, Tilly
1735-1786



British








An Unknown Woman with a Muff



canvas 76.2 x 63.4 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 703 P1
10070 Kneller, Godfrey, Sir
1646/49-1723



British








Sir Thomas Aston



canvas 242.5 x 150.4 cm
painting



1711



Signed: G. Kneller, Eques





National Gallery of Victoria 1900/4
10071 Kneller, Godfrey, Sir
1646/49-1723



British



studio of



An Unknown Woman



canvas 64.3 x 52 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'British, early 18th century', but seems typical of Kneller's studio.





National Gallery of Victoria 311/1
10072 Kneller, Godfrey, Sir
1646/49-1723



British



studio of



An Unknown Woman



canvas 118 x 89.5
painting









Formerly attributed 'British 18th century' but is probably Kneller's studio.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 4540
10073 Lely, Peter, Sir
1618-1680



British








Lord Delamere



canvas 91.4 x 76.2 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1700
10074 Lely, Peter, Sir
1618-1680



British



studio of



Sir Edward Seymour



canvas 76.3 x 63.8 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'unknown artist, 17th century British' but definitely Lely studio.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.757
10075 Lely, Peter, Sir
1618-1680



British



studio of



Charles, Duke of Lennox



canvas 69.2 x 56.2 cm
painting















Queensland Art Gallery 248
10077 Loutherbourg, Philip James de
1740-1812



British








Mountain Torrent with Banditti



canvas 70.2 x 94.6
painting















Art Gallery of Western Australia 907/P1
10078 Marlow, William
1740-1813



British








The Bridge of Sighs, Venice



canvas 61.1 x 91.1 cm
painting








Signed: W. Marlow Marlow was well known in his day as an imitator of Canaletto.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 4573
10079 Marlow, William
1740-1813



British








San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice



canvas 61.3 x 91 cm
painting








Signed: Marlow





Art Gallery of New South Wales 4572
10080 More, Jacob
1740-1793



British








View of Rome Across the Tiber



canvas 78 x 106.6 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 795 P10
10081 Morland, George
1763-1804



British








Landscape



panel 20.7 x 23.3 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 1138
10082 Morland, George
1763-1804



British








The Farm Yard



canvas 71.5 x 91.7 cm
painting








Signed: G. Morland Pinxt





National Gallery of Victoria 542/2
10083 Morland, George
1763-1804



British








Country Inn



canvas 49.2 x 64. 8 cm
painting








Signed: G. Morland
Variant of The Butts Head (Singer Sale, Christie's 21/2/1930 (93) signed and dated 1790).



Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2028
10084 Opie, John
1767-1807



British








Self Portrait



canvas 54.0 x 43.2 cm
painting









One of a great number of variants.





Queensland Art Gallery 541
10085 Owen, William
1769-1825



British








Colonel William Paterson, Lt Governor of New South Wales



canvas 76.3 x 63.1 cm
painting



1799



Signed: W. Owen pinxt 1799





Art Gallery of New South Wales 806
10086 Owen, William
1769-1825



British








Mrs Paterson (Wife of Colonel Paterson)



canvas 76.4 x 63.4 cm
painting



1799



Signed: W. Owen pinxt 1799





Art Gallery of New South Wales 805
10087 Phillips, Thomas
1770-1845



British








Portrait of Dr 'B'



canvas on board 75.1 x 63.5 cm
painting



1798



Signed: P... 1798 Formerly attributed to Phillips. Although no Dr 'B' is listed in Phillips's sitters book for 1798, the style is consistent with other portraits by him at this period.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 981
10088 Pine, Robert Edge
c. 1730-1788



British








The Young Sportsman



canvas 228 x 148.6 cm
painting



1766



Signed: R. E. Pine Pinx 1766 The sitter might be a member of the Bridgeman family.





Art Gallery of New South Wales OB4.1967
10089 Raeburn, Henry, Sir
1756-1823



British








Lady Campbell



canvas 73 x 60.2 cm
painting















Queensland Art Gallery 1608
10091 Raeburn, Henry, Sir
1756-1823



British








Alexander Murray MacGregor



canvas 89 x 27 cm
painting















Queensland Art Gallery 1607
10092 Ramsay, Allan
1713-1784



British








William Foster



canvas 125.7 x 100.2 cm
painting



1741



Signed: A. Ramsay 1741





Queensland Art Gallery 1622
10093 Ramsay, Allan
1713-1784



British








Elizabeth Wale, Countess of Cavan



canvas 77.2 x 64 cm (false oval)
painting










The paired portrait dated 1751, of the 5th Earl of Cavan, was exhibited Old Master Exhibition London 1903 (27).



National Gallery of Victoria 983/3
10094 Ramsay, Allan
1713-1784



British








Richard Grenville, 2nd Earl Temple



canvas 234.3 x 152.4 cm
painting



1762



Signed: A. Ramsay 1762





National Gallery of Victoria 1554/5
10095 Ramsay, Allan
1713-1784



British



studio of



George III



canvas 236.2 x 158.7 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.561
10096 Reynolds, Joshua, Sir
1723-1792



British








Lieutenant Stephen Croft



canvas 76.2 x 63.5 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales OB1.1966
10097 Reynolds, Joshua, Sir
1723-1792



British








John Armstrong M.D.



canvas 76.2 x 63.5 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.842
10098 Reynolds, Joshua, Sir
1723-1792



British








Miss Susannah Gale



canvas 210.8 x 118.7 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 158/4
10099 Reynolds, Joshua, Sir
1723-1792



British








James, 7th Earl of Lauderdale



canvas 238.6 x 144.6 cm
painting



1753



Signed: Joshua Reynolds pinxit 1753 The date '1753' is incorrect, the portrait was painted in 1759/61.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 8.1977
10100 Reynolds, Joshua, Sir
1723-1792



British








Robert Henley, 2nd Earl of Northington Lord Lieutenant of Ireland



canvas 45.1 x 42.2 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1365
10101 Reynolds, Joshua, Sir
1723-1792



British








Lady Frances Finch



canvas 142.1 x 113.3 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3356a/4
10102 Reynolds, Joshua, Sir
1723-1792



British



circle of



Miss Offy Palmer (after Reynolds)



canvas 76.5 x 64 cm
painting









An attribution to Frances Reynolds has been suggested, but the style is remarkably similar to that of John Raphael Smith's painting, for example, the loose brushwork and the handling of the mouth. However his mezzotint of 1777 is after another version (Gwatkin Collection).





National Gallery of Victoria 540/2
10103 Romney, George
1734-1802



British








Mrs Thomas Raikes, nee Finch



canvas 125.1 x 99.7 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2024
10104 Romney, George
1734-1802



British








The Leigh Family



canvas 185.8 x 202 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 338/5
10105 Romney, George
1734-1802



British








Edmund Law, Bishop of Carlisle



canvas on panel 102 x 127.8 cm
painting










A replica is at Peterhouse, Cambridge.



National Gallery of Victoria 1048/3
10106 Sandby, Paul
1730/31-1809



British








The Saw Mill- Windsor Forest



canvas 65.5 x 90.5 cm
painting



1792



Signed: P. Sandby 1792





City of Hamilton Art Gallery 1134
10107 Shee, Martin Archer, Sir
1769-1850



British








Major O'Shea



canvas 233.6 x 157.4 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.756
10108 Skirving, Archibald
1749-1819



British








Adam Skirving



canvas 75.7 x 62.7 cm
painting










A version of the portrait is in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.



Art Gallery of New South Wales 9245
10109 Skirving, Archibald
1749-1819



British








Mrs Adam Skirving



canvas 76.1 x 63.4 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 9246
10110 Skirving, Archibald
1749-1819



British








Self Portrait



canvas 75.7 x 62.7 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 9247
10111 Stubbs, George
1724-1806



British








A Lion Attacking a Horse



canvas 69 x 100.8 cm
painting










A slightly earlier variant (Mellon Collection) is now in the Centre for British Art, Yale University.



National Gallery of Victoria 2052/4
10112 Turner, Joseph Mallord William
1775-1851



British








Dunstanborough Castle, Sunrise After a Squally Night



canvas 92.2 x 123.2 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 313/1
10113 West, Benjamin
1738-1820



British








Joshua Passing the Jordan with the Ark of the Covenant



panel 50.8 x 72.7 cm
painting



1800



Signed: B. West 1800





Art Gallery of New South Wales 30.1971
10114 Wheatley, Francis
1747-1801 ?



British








A Flower Painter- Mary Moser ?



canvas 76.2 x 63.9 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Francis Cotes but the proposal of Francis Wheatley by Dr E. Devapriam (Curator) is very convincing.





National Gallery of Victoria 1250/3
10115 Whood, Isaac
1688-1752 ?



British








Sir Richard Steele (after Jonathon Richardson)



canvas 75.6 x 62.4 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'British, early 18th century' and titled A Gentleman with Long Dark Wig. However, the style, particularly the very large eyes, is close to Isaac Whood who made many copies for the Duke of Bedford, amongst others.
This is a contemporary copy after Jonathon Richardson's portrait in the National Portrait Gallery, London.



National Gallery of Victoria 303d/1 (?)
10116 Wilson, Benjamin
1721-1788



British








An Unknown Woman



canvas 125 x 101 cm
painting



1739



Signed: B. Wil..n Fecit 1739 (59 ?) Despite some extensive overpainting, the reinterpretation of the signature and the date of 1759 (not 1739) by Graham Reynolds seems correct.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 6255
10117 Wilson, Richard
1714-1782



British








Cicero at his Villa



canvas 121.8 x 174.6 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 1371
10118 Wilson, Richard
1714-1782



British








Ruins at Tivoli



canvas 46.3 x 37.4 cm
painting















Art Gallery of Western Australia 903/P9
10119 Wilson, Richard
1714-1782



British








Llyn Peris and Dolbadarn Castle



canvas 85.5 x 131.4 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 2055/4
10120 Wilson, Richard
1714-1782



British








St Peter's and the Vatican from the Janiculum, Rome



canvas 70.5 x 132 cm
painting








Signed: R (reversed) W





Art Gallery of New South Wales 25.1971
10121 Wilson, Richard
1714-1782



British








Lake Scene with Mountains (Dinas Bran)



canvas 82.5 x 104.1 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2029
10122 Wilson, Richard
1714-1782



British








Captain Michael Everitt R.N.



canvas 127.5 x 101.8 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 623/5
10123 Wilson, Richard
1714-1782



British



circle of



Lake Avernus I (after Wilson)



canvas 40 x 50.8 cm
painting










Original work in F. S. Clarke collection.



National Gallery of Victoria 750/2
10124 Wilson, Richard
1714-1782



British



circle of



River View on the Arno I (after Wilson)



canvas 47.5 x 62.6 cm
painting










Original work in John Wyndham, Petworth Collection.



National Gallery of Victoria 480/2
10125 Wright of Derby, Joseph
1734-1797



British








The Synnot Children



canvas 152.4 x 125.8 cm
painting



1781



Signed: I. Wright (Pinxt ?) 1781





National Gallery of Victoria 1/1980
10126 Wright of Derby, Joseph
1734-1797



British








View of Lake Nemi



canvas 44.5 x 62.5 cm
painting










A large replica (105 x 128 cm) is in the Louvre RF 1970-52.



National Gallery of Victoria 480/3
10127 Zoffany, Johann
1734-1810



British








Caritas Romana (The Roman Charity)



canvas 76.3 x 63.5 cm
painting








Signed: J. Zoffany inv.





National Gallery of Victoria 4614/3
10129 Zoffany, Johann
1734-1810



British








Elizabeth Farren as 'Hermione' in A Winter's Tale



canvas 245 x 167 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1728/5
10130 Byzantine-Cretan School (late 15th century)





Byzantine








The Crucifixion



panel 35.6 x 28 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1800
10131 Byzantine-Italian School (14th century)





Byzantine








St Francis Receiving the Stigmata



panel 34.3 x 27.4 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'Pisan School', but it is more likely to have been painted in the Veneto.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1368
10132 Byzantine-Russian School





Byzantine








The Nativity



panel 19.7 x 15.8 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 2974/4
10133 Byzantine-Russian School (early 18th century)





Byzantine








Scenes from the Life of St Nicholas



panel 35.3 x 31 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 4799/3
10134 Byzantine School (17th-18th century)





Byzantine








Triptych with the Dormition of the Virgin



panel 25 x 19.2 cm (wings 21 x 9.5 cm)
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3277/4
10135 Byzantine School (16th-17th century)





Byzantine








Christ as the Lord of All



panel 52.7 x 44.8 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1979/4
10136 Byzantine School (early 18th century)





Byzantine








Sts Basil, Chrysostom and Gregory with a Kneeling Donor



panel 43.4 x 35 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1981/4
10137 Crete, Victor of (Byz-Itn Schl, second half 17th c)





Byzantine








Nativity



panel 56.5 x 41 cm
painting










A close variant is in the collection of Dr Albert Zarn, Muttenz, Switzerland.



National Gallery of Victoria 1980/4
10138 Bachelier, Jean Jacques
1724-1806



French








Still Life with Flowers and a Violin



canvas 88.9 x 73.7 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2086
10139 Boucher, Francois
1703-1770



French








The Mysterious Basket



canvas 92 x 76 cm (oval)
painting



1748



Signed: f Boucher 1748





National Gallery of Victoria 2/1982
10140 Boucher, Francois
1703-1770



French








The Agreeable Lesson



canvas 92 x 76 cm (oval)
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1/1982
10141 Boulanger, Jean
1566-1660



French



circle of



Bacchus and Satyrs (after Boulanger)



canvas 73.5 x 78 cm
painting










Possibly an engraver's copy after Boulanger's Bacchanal, 75 x 100 cm in the Art Market, reproduced Burlington Magazine, January 1970.



National Gallery of Victoria 736/2
10142 Bourdon, Sebastian
1616-1671



French








Adoration of the Magi



copper 45.4 x 35.7 cm
painting










Apart from the painting at Orleans, another Adoration of the Magi, 63.5 x 92.7 cm with very similar features was in the New York Art Market in 1961.



National Gallery of Victoria 184/4
10143 Champaigne, Philippe de
1602-1674



French



circle of



An Unknown Woman



canvas 57.8 x 47.6 cm
painting















Art Gallery of Western Australia 909/P2
10144 Claude Gellee le Lorrain
1600-1682



French








River Landscape with Tiburtine Temple at Tivoli



canvas 37 x 52 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1796/5
10145 Claude Gellee le Lorrain
1600-1682



French



imitator of



Landscape with a Piping Shepherd and Flight into Egypt (after Claude)



canvas 103.5 x 135.2 cm
painting










The original, with some differences in detail, is at Dresden.



National Gallery of Victoria 1719/4
10146 Courtois, Jacques
1621-1676



French








Rocky River Scene with a Church



canvas 97.1 x 130.8 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1367
10147 David, Jacques Louis
1748-1825



French



circle of



Head of a Man



canvas 51.4 x 43.1 cm
painting









The style is not unlike that of A. L. Girodet-Trioson.





National Gallery of Victoria 408/4
10148 Drouais, Francois Hubert
1727-1775



French








Madame Sophie de France



canvas 72.7 x 59.8 cm
painting



1763



Signed: Drouais le fils 1763





National Gallery of Victoria 1359/5
10149 Dughet, Gaspard
1615-1675



French








Landscape with Aminta Rescuing Silvia



canvas 97.7 x 134.6 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to the 'Master of the Silver Birch' now identified as Gaspard Dughet. Blunt, (1950) tentatively proposed the subject as Mirtillo and Corsica from Guarini's Pastor Fido, but no such episode occurs in that play. The subject has been correctly identified by Mr Ron Radford (Curator), as from Torquato Tasso Aminta Act 3, Scene 1.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.0461
10151 Duparc, Francois
1705-1778



French








An Old Lady



canvas 42.2 x 32 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 551/4
10152 Grimou, Alexis
1678-1733 ?



French








A Young Man



canvas 40.4 x 31.6 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Mignard but Pierre Rosenburg has suggested, reasonably, that the style is nearer to Grimou. The sitter might be the artist when young (see his self portrait at Perpignan).





Art Gallery of New South Wales 571
10153 Largilliere, Nicolas de
1656-1746



French








Frederick August of Saxony, King of Poland



canvas 135.5 x 102.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1819/5
10154 Largilliere, Nicolas de
1656-1746



French








An Unknown Man



canvas 77.8 x 55.9 cm (false oval)
painting









The 'false oval' is not found in his French portraits so this work must have been painted when the artist was working with Lely in London 1674-1680.





Art Gallery of Western Australia 934/P1
10155 La Tour, Maurice-Quentin de
1704-1788



French



circle of



An Unknown Man in Green Coat



canvas 60 x 45.2 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'French (?) School'. The style would indicate an artist near to de La Tour.





National Gallery of Victoria 305/1
10156 Perronneau, Jean Baptiste
1715-1783



French








Petrus Woortman



canvas 78.8 x 61.4 cm (false oval)
painting



1771



Signed: Perronneau 1771





National Gallery of Victoria 3015/4
10157 Picart, Bernard
1673-1733



French



imitator of



Massacre of the Innocents (after Picart)



panel 20.4 x 26.8 cm
painting









A drawing 20 x 26 cm in reverse by Picart (National Gallery, Washington) was engraved by Simon Fokke who might have been the artist of this painting which is about the same size.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 6390
10158 Pierre, Jean Baptise Marie
1713-1789



French








Bacchanal



canvas 90.2 x 133.3 cm
painting










An almost identical reversed version 57 x 65 cm Dorotheum Sale, Vienna 11/3/1975 (115), was obviously the model of J. M. Preisler's engraving 1752.



Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2060
10159 Poussin, Nicolas
1594-1665



French








The Crossing of the Red Sea



canvas 155.6 x 215.3 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1843/4
10160 Rigaud, Hyacinthe
1659-1743



French








Monsieur le Bret and his Son, Cardin le Bret



canvas 219 x 186 cm
painting



1697



Signed: Hyacinthe Rigaud pinxit 1697





National Gallery of Victoria 1205/5
10161 Robert, Hubert
1733-1808



French








The Capitoline Hill from the Forum, Rome



canvas 98.7 x 135. 8 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'French School 18th century' and acquired as 'Hubert Robert'. Rosenburg and Laclotte reject this attribution. However, it is possibly an early work by Robert c. 1756-58 when he was much under the influence of Panini.
Another painting of the same style including the Temple of Saturn (63.5 x 78.2 cm with F. A. Drey 1941), attributed to Robert has the identical misspelling of the inscription on the architrave as in this work.



Art Gallery of New South Wales 26.1971
10162 Vernet, Carle
1758-1836 ?



French








A Seaport



canvas 59.4 x 72 cm
painting








Signed: CV (superimposed) Presumably an early work after his father, Claud Joseph.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.456
10163 Vernet, Claude Joseph
1714-1789



French








Storm and Wreck



canvas 37.4 x 46 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 1132
10164 Vernet, Claude Joseph
1714-1789



French



circle of



Italian Landscape



canvas 98.1 x 114.3 cm
painting















Warrnambool Art Gallery (acq. 1892)
10165 Cranach the Elder, Lucas
1472-1553



German








Philip Melanchthon



panel 18.7 x 13 cm
painting



1532



Signed: A Serpent 1532 Previously regarded as autograph (with reservations).





National Gallery of Victoria 4700/3
10166 Dorner, Johann Jakob
1741-1813



German








The Hard Landlady



copper 36.6 x 47 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 347/4
10167 Graff, Anton
1736-1813



German








Baroness Cerrini di Monte Varchi



canvas 77.4 x 60.9 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1972
10168 Schultz, Daniel
c. 1615-1683



German








Group Portrait with Dogs



canvas 134 x 169.5 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'British c. 1680' and Thomas Barlow has been suggested, but there are no authenticated portraits by him. The present attribution is based on a variant of this painting in a Swedish private collection by Daniel Schultz. The two figures on the right being identified as father and son. Stylistically the whole work is typical of Schultz's hand.





Art Gallery of New South Wales OB3.1962
10169 Amigoni, Jacopo (Amiconi, Giacomo)
1675-1752



Italian








Portrait Group



canvas 172.8 x 245.1 cm
painting








Signed: G. Amiconi The sitters are (l-r) the Abate Metastasio, Teresa Castellini, Carlo Broschi-Farinelli, Amiconi, a page.





National Gallery of Victoria 2226/4
10170 Barocci, Federico
1525-1612



Italian



imitator of



A Young Girl (after Barocci)




50 x 34.8 cm
painting










Variants exist at Pinacoteca, Bolonga, inv. no. 657, and the Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Mass.



National Gallery of Victoria 553/4
10171 Bassano, Francesco
1549-1592



Italian



studio of



The Mocking of Christ



canvas 47.6 x 83.2 cm
painting









Attributed by Arslan, 1960.
Variants exist at Florence, Pitti, and Rome, Museo Nazionale.



National Gallery of Victoria 552/4
10172 Bassano, Gerolamo
1556-1621



Italian








The Prodigal Son



canvas 90.2 x 115.6 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Jacopo Bassano; Gerolamo's model was possibly the version signed IAC.S ET FRANC.S FILIVS F. at Rome, Galleria Doria-Pamphili.





Art Gallery of Western Australia 909/P1
10173 Bassano, Jacopo
c. 1510-1592



Italian



circle of



An Old Man



canvas 94.2 x 73.6 cm
painting









Now attributed to Palma il Giovane.





National Gallery of Victoria 554/4
10174 Batoni, Pompeo Girolamo
1708-1787



Italian








Gaetano Sforza-Cesarini, Duke of Segni



canvas 98.7 x 73.2 cm
painting



1768



Signed: P. Batoni Pinxit Romae 1768
The pendant portrait of the Duchess is at Birmingham, City Art Gallery.



National Gallery of Victoria 1211/5
10175 Batoni, Pompeo Girolamo
1708-1787



Italian








Sir Sampson Gideon and an Unidentified Companion



canvas 275.6 x 189 cm
painting



1767



Signed: Pompeo Batoni Pinxit Romae/ An. 1767





National Gallery of Victoria 1325/5
10176 Bellotto, Bernado
1720-1780



Italian








Ruins of the Forum, Rome



canvas 87 x 148.1 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 964/3
10177 Bernini, Gian Lorenzo
1598-1680



Italian



circle of ?



Self Portrait ?



canvas 57 x 42 cm
painting









Formerly attributed (since the 18th century) to Velasquez; the new attribution by David Carritt is open to question, as is the identity of the sitter.





National Gallery of Victoria 3/1976
10178 Bolognese School (18th century ?)





Italian








A Palace




84.4 x 113 cm
painting















Art Gallery of Western Australia 943/P1
10179 Campi, Bernardino
1522-1590/95



Italian



circle of



Mary Magdalen



canvas 42.7 x 33.5 cm
painting









The attribution to Campi was proposed by Philip Pouncey; here doubted as autograph on stylistic grounds.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 1156
10180 Canaletto, Giovanni Antonio
1697-1768



Italian



studio of



Grand Canal and Rialto Bridge from the East



canvas 61 x 92.2 cm
painting









According to Constable (1976), the view is more accurately described as 'Grand Canal: the Rialto Bridge from the South'.





National Gallery of Victoria 965/3
10181 Carloni, Carlo Innocenzo
1686-1775



Italian








Hercules Led by Knowledge to Immortality



canvas 86.4 x 61.3 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1A 1970
10182 Carracci, Annibale
1560-1609



Italian








Pan



canvas 109.9 x 135.9 cm
painting









Identified and attributed by Denis Mahon as probably one of the panels executed for the ceiling of the Palazzo dei Diamonti in Ferrara.





National Gallery of Victoria 1/1974
10184 Carracci, Annibale
1560-1609



Italian








The Holy Family



canvas 69.9 x 61 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 20.1971
10185 Castello, Valerio
1625-1659



Italian








Susannah and the Elders



canvas 81.5 x 58.6 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3729/3
10186 Cavallino, Bernardo
1616-1656



Italian








The Virgin Annunciate ?




85.1 x 69.2 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1829/5
10187 Cignani, Carlo
1628-1719



Italian








The Five Senses



canvas 123.2 x 167.3 cm
painting









Previously regarded as a copy, but the quality distinguishes no. 8659 from most of the replicas, few of which retain the entire composition of the autograph picture in the Galleria Pallavicini.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 8659
10188 Cipper, Giacomo Francesco (Il Todeschini)
active 1705-1736



Italian








Figure Group



canvas 114.2 x 93.9 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Juan Martinez, but it is a typical work by Cipper.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.763
10189 Dall'amatrice, Cola (Nicola di Filotesio)
c. 1480/90-c. 1550



Italian








The Finding of the True Cross



panel 88.9 x 196.6 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3078/4
10190 Cozza, Francesco
1605-1682



Italian








Virgin and Child



canvas 76.2 x 62.8 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'Lanfranco' then 'Italian 17th century', but it is a characteristic work of Cozza.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2055
10191 Ferrari, Luca
1605-1654



Italian








Venus Preventing Aeneas from Killing Helen



canvas 128.9 x 169.5 cm
painting









Formerly titled Alexander Prevented from Killing Roxana: M. Degani (1954) mistakenly locates this picture in South Africa.
A close variant (on copper and with minor differences) is at Indiana University Art Museum (66.77).



Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1460
10192 Florentine School (15th century)





Italian








The Adoration of the Magi



panel 18 x 52 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1731/5
10193 Florentine School (15th century)





Italian








St George Slaying the Dragon



panel 62.2 x 38.8 cm
painting









C. Volpe (1980) has attributed this work to Uccello.





National Gallery of Victoria 2124/4
10194 Florentine School (15th century)





Italian








Profile of an Unknown Woman



panel 42.6 x 20.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1541/4
10195 Fontana, Prospero
1512-1597



Italian








Holy Family with St Jerome, a Female Martyr and the Infant St John



panel 102.2 x 82.8 cm
painting








Signed: Prosper Fontaneus





National Gallery of Victoria 839/5
10196 Giordano, Luca
1632/34-1705



Italian








St Sebastian



canvas 141.7 x 195.2 cm
painting










This is a horizontal variant of the vertical composition at Dresden (1722 A46) c. 1650-54.



National Gallery of Victoria 214/4
10197 Giordano, Luca
1632/34-1705



Italian








A Young Saint with a Palm Frond



canvas 108.9 x 68.6 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'unknown Italian Artist'. The new attribution was orally proposed by Sir Micheal Levey.
Probably cut down from a larger composition.



Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1164
10198 Guardi, Francesco
1712-1793



Italian








The Lock at Dolo on the Brenta: a Capriccio



canvas 39.5 x 32.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 229/4
10199 Guardi, Francesco
1712-1793



Italian








Gates of Venice: View of Venetian Lagoon with Tower of Malghera



panel 24.3 x 34.9 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3432/3
10200 Italian School (18th century)





Italian








Study of a Man's Head



canvas 48.8 x 37.5 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'Italian 17th century', but the brushwork is more typical of the 18th century.





National Gallery of Victoria 4564/3
10201 Italian School (18th century)





Italian








A Festival



canvas 31.7 x 47.8 cm
painting









The town was formerly identified as Rome, but this is not possible.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 4417
10202 Licinio, Bernardino
c. 1489-1565



Italian








Adoration of the Shepherds



panel 46 x 81.7 cm
painting















City of Hamilton Art Gallery 736
10203 Locatelli, Andrea
1695-1753



Italian








Landscape



canvas 43.2 x 64.8 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'Gaspard Dughet' but the style is that of the early Locatelli.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1932
10204 Master of the Stories of Helen
c. 1440-1470



Italian








The Garden of Love



panel 153 x 241.3 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to School of Antonio Vivarini, but re-attributed to the 'Master' by C. L. Joost-Gaugier (1976), and F. Zeri (1976).





National Gallery of Victoria 1827/4
10205 Palmezzano, Marco
1458/63-1539



Italian








The Baptism of Christ



panel 86.4 x 67.1 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 982/3
10206 Paolo, Giovanni di
1399/1403-1482/83



Italian








Crucifixion with Donor Jacopo di Bartolomeo (also known as The Crucifixion)



panel 114.5 x 88.5 cm
painting



c. 1455



Signed: HIC. IACOBVS.PICTOR.BARTOLOMEI,IACET





National Gallery of Australia 1977.103
10207 Pesellino, Francesco
c. 1422-1457



Italian



studio of



Virgin and Child with Three Angels



panel 69.8 x 53 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 555/4
10208 Pittoni, Giovanni Battista
1687-1767



Italian








The Miracle of the Loaves and Fishes



canvas 120.1 x 178.5 cm
painting








Signed: S. Ricci. 1725 (not authentic)





National Gallery of Victoria 2360/4
10209 Pittoni, Giovanni Battista
1687-1767



Italian



imitator of



Christ Handing the Keys to St Peter (after Pittoni)



canvas 90.2 x 46.3 cm
painting










Autograph versions are at Oxford, Ashmolean; the Louvre; private collection Prague.



Art Gallery of New South Wales 6522
10210 Preti, Mattia
1613-1699



Italian








Sophonisba Receiving the Poison



canvas 142.8 x 259.1 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1818/5
10211 Reni, Guido
1575-1642



Italian








St Anne ?



canvas 62.2 x 53.3 cm
painting









Formerly titled Portrait of an Old Woman but it seems more likely to represent St Anne.





National Gallery of Victoria 2/1974
10212 Reni, Guido
1575-1642



Italian



imitator of



Eros Destroying the Shafts of Cupid (after Reni)



canvas 105 x 139.2 cm
painting










The original is at Genoa, Palazzo Spinola and not, as C. Garboli and E. Baccheschi suggest (1971), the painting at Pisa, Museo Nazionale.



National Gallery of Victoria 550a/4
10213 Renieri, Niccola (Regnier, Nicholas)
c. 1590-1667



Italian








Hero and Leander



canvas 155.3 x 209.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3262/4
10214 Roman School (18th century)





Italian








Luigi Boccherini (1743-1805)



canvas 133 x 90.7 cm
painting









Anthony Clarke proposed Sebastiano Ceccarini (1703-1783). Sandra Pinto (1979) has proposed Lorenzo Tiepolo.





National Gallery of Victoria 1210/5
10216 Rosa, Salvator
1615-1673



Italian








Romantic Landscape with Mercury and Argus



canvas 123.8 x 203.4 cm
painting








Signed: S.R.





National Gallery of Victoria 2883/4
10217 Pietro, Sano di
1406-1481



Italian








Virgin and Child with Sts Jerome, John the Baptist, Bernard and Bartholomew



panel 60.5 x 43.2 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 151.1971
Pietro, Sano di










10218 Sassetta, Il (Giovanni, Stefano di)
c. 1392-1450



Italian








The Burning of Jan Hus



panel 24 x 38 cm
painting









Formerly titled Miracle of the Sacrament.





National Gallery of Victoria 2/1976
10219 Solimena, Francesco
1657-1747



Italian








Rest on the Flight into Egypt




18.5 x 35.6 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Maratta: while it cannot be connected with a known composition by Solimena, the style and iconography suggest his hand; his Virtu, Naples, Chiesa del Gesu.





Art Gallery of Western Australia 903/P5
10220 Strozzi, Bernardo
1581-1644



Italian








The Release of St Peter



canvas 124.5 x 113 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 001.1966
10221 Strozzi, Bernardo
1581-1644



Italian



imitator of



St Lawrence Distributing the Treasures of the Church to the Poor



canvas 112 x 152.5 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 219/4
10222 Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (Giambattista)
1696-1770



Italian








The Banquet of Cleopatra



canvas 248.2 x 357.8 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 103/4
10224 Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (Giambattista)
1696-1770



Italian








St Roch



canvas 52.6 x 41.7 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 1152
10225 Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (Giambattista)
1696-1770



Italian








Marriage Allegory (also known as Marriage Allegory of the Cornaro Family)



canvas 343.0 x 172.0 cm
painting



c. 1737




Formerly attributed to 'Tiepolo', but the evidence of other 'hands' indicates a studio work.





National Gallery of Australia 74.377
10226 Tiepolo, Giovanni Battista (Giambattista)
1696-1770



Italian








The Finding of Moses



canvas 235.5 x 308.5 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'Sebastiano Ricci' but recent opinion (Piovene and Pallucchini, 1968 and Daniels, 1976) has supported Morassi who proposed that it was one of Tiepolo's imitations of Veronese.





National Gallery of Victoria 95/5
10227 Tintoretto, Jacopo (Robusti, Jacopo)
1518-1594



Italian








The Resurrection



canvas 201 x 139 cm
painting















Queensland Art Gallery 1768
10228 Tintoretto, Jacopo (Robusti, Jacopo)
1518-1594



Italian








Doge Pietro Loredano



canvas 109 x 93 cm
painting










The original version (125.8 x 106 cm) is now at Fort Worth, the Kimball Art Museum.



National Gallery of Victoria 3677/3
10229 Tintoretto, Jacopo (Robusti, Jacopo)
1518-1594



Italian



studio of



A Procurator



canvas 90.5 x 21.7cm
painting















Art Gallery of Western Australia 906/P2
10230 Titian
active before 1511-1575



Italian



imitator of



A Franciscan Friar with a Book



canvas 84.5 x 74.3 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'Titian' but the quality is not high enough.
A variant (95.5 x 74.3 cm) of this work was attributed at different times to Moroni and Moretto, thus it seems more likely that the artist was from Verona or Bergamo in the Veneto.



National Gallery of Victoria 1334/3
10231 Toscani, Giovanni
1370-1430



Italian








Virgin and Child



panel 121.7 x 67.3 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 557/4
10232 Trevisani, Francesco
1656-1746



Italian








Joseph Being Sold by his Brothers



canvas 112 x 156.7 cm
painting








Signed: F.T.





National Gallery of Victoria 3209/4
10233 Turchi, Alessandro
1578-1649



Italian








Charity



canvas 206 x 101.6 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3077/4
10234 Vaga, Perino del (Buonaccorsi, Pietro)
1501-1547



Italian








The Holy Family



panel 100.8 x 47.2 cm
painting










A later copy is at Rome, Galleria Spada.



National Gallery of Victoria 1666/5
10235 Veneziano, Paolo
active 1320-d. 1358/62



Italian








The Crucifixion



panel 96.8 x 67.7 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1966/4
10236 Verona School (active c. 1520-30)





Italian








An Unknown Youth



panel 74.5 x 57.2 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'Italian 16th century' and earlier to Paolo Morando. The artist seems more likely to have been from Verona than Parma.





National Gallery of Victoria 1587/5
10237 Veronese, Bonifazio (Pitati, Bonifazio de')
1487-1553



Italian








Rest on the Flight into Egypt



canvas 109.9 x 170.8 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1376
10238 Veronese, Bonifazio (Pitati, Bonifazio de')
1487-1553



Italian








Moses Brought Before Pharoah's Daughter



panel 26.2 x 76.6 cm
painting










A close variant exists at Oxford, Ashmolean Museum (A 451a).



Art Gallery of New South Wales 1149
10239 Veronese, Paolo (Caliari, Paolo)
c. 1528-1588



Italian








Nobleman Between Active and Contemplative Life (unfinished)



canvas 134 x 204.5 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Paolo Veronese but inconsistencies in the handling of some of the figures suggest a studio work.





National Gallery of Victoria 1707/4
10240 Zuccarelli, Francesco
1702-1788 ?



Italian








Landscape with Figures



canvas 114.9 x 170.1 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'unknown Italian artist'. The style seems consistent with early (before 1751) landscapes of this type by Zuccarelli.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.454
10242 Ast, Balthasar van der
1590-c. 1656



Dutch








Still Life with Basket of Flowers in a Niche



copper 21.6 x 30.5 cm
painting








Signed: B. van der ast.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1299
10243 Begeyn, Abraham Jans
1637/38-1697



Dutch








Italian Landscape with Castle



canvas 97 x 76.7 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 4503/3
10244 Berckheyde, Gerrit
1638-1698



Dutch








The Town Hall, Amsterdam



canvas 52.8 x 62.6 cm
painting



1690



Signed: Gerrit Berckheyde 1690





National Gallery of Victoria 1050/3
10245 Bijlert, Jan van
1598-1671



Dutch








Girl with a Flute



canvas 108 x 85.8 cm
painting








Signed: J. bijlert Fe
Another unsigned version is in Moscow, Pushkin Museum.



Art Gallery of New South Wales 003.1967
10246 Bloemen, Jan Frans van
1662-1749



Dutch








In the Campagna



canvas 75.1 x 99.6 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 8587
10247 Bloemen, Jan Frans van
1662-1749



Dutch








Italian Landscape I



canvas 76.5 x 100.7 cm (oval)
painting









Probably from the artist's series of landscapes of Lazio.





Art Gallery of Western Australia 951/P2
10249 Bloemen, Jan Frans van
1662-1749



Dutch








Italian Landscape with Storm II



canvas 75.5 x 99.7 cm (oval)
painting









Probably from the artist's series of landscapes of Lazio.





Art Gallery of Western Australia 952/P1
10250 Borselaer, Pieter (Borsseler)
active 1664-1687



Dutch








An Unknown Woman



canvas 76.6 x 63.8 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Adriaen Hanneman, but a tentative attribution to Borselaer seems convincing.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 8544
10251 Bosch, Hieronymus
d. 1516



Dutch



imitator of



Temptation of St Anthony



panel 21.9 x 29.2 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Jan Wellens de Cock; it appears to be one of numerous variants of the central panel of Bosch's Lisbon triptych, but is certainly not by Cock.





Art Gallery of South Australia 70751P
10252 Both, Andries
c. 1612-1641



Dutch








Travellers by a Well



panel 23.5 x 34 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3/1980
10253 Both, Jan Dirksz
1618-1652



Dutch



imitator of



The Ox Cart (after Both)



canvas 166 x 144.8 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Both.
The signed original was with Trafalgar Galleries, London, in the 1970s. There is another unsigned replica in the Utrecht Museum.



Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1711
10254 Brueghel, Jan
1568-1625



Dutch



studio of



Calvary



copper 55.9 x 35.6 cm
painting








Inscribed: J. Brueghel





National Gallery of Victoria 94/5
10256 Brueghel, Jan
1568-1625



Dutch



imitator of



Landscape with Peasants at a River Crossing



copper 14.5 x 17.8 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 001.1969
10258 Brueghel, Jan
1568-1625



Dutch



imitator of



Landscape with Travellers and View of City by a Lake



copper 14.5 x 17.8 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 002.1969
10260 Brueghel the Younger, Pieter
1564-1637/38



Dutch



imitator of



The Lawyer's Office



panel 57.1 x 76.1 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Pieter Brueghel the Elder (School of).
There are many signed variants, with differing dates.



Art Gallery of South Australia 0.814
10261 Candid, Pieter
c. 1540-1628



Dutch








Lamentation Over the Dead Christ



panel 87.6 x 101.9 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1664/5
10262 Cuyp, Jacob Gerritz
1594-1652



Dutch








Landscape with Cattle



panel 65 x 90.3 cm
painting








Signed: A. Cuyp Formerly attributed to Aelbert Cuyp; the present attribution given by S. Reiss (1975).





National Gallery of Victoria 4664/3
10263 Dou, Gerard
1613-1675



Dutch



imitator of



An Old Man Writing



panel 31 x 26 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Dou, but it is clearly not in his hand.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.445
10264 Dusart, Cornelius
1660-1704



Dutch



imitator of



The Village Fair



panel 35.5 x 51.7 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1683
10265 Dutch School (17th century)





Dutch








Interior with Soldiers



panel 55.6 x 45 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 4563/3
10266 Dutch School (17th century)





Dutch








Reading a Letter



canvas 41.8 x 60 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 301/1
10267 Dutch School (18th century)





Dutch








Death and the Fortune Teller



panel 37.3 x 33.7 cm
painting








Signed: C.B.





National Gallery of Victoria 304/1
10268 Dutch School (18th century)





Dutch








View of a Canal



panel 51.5 x 65.5 cm
painting









Probably by a follower of Jan van der Heyden 1637-1712.





National Gallery of Victoria 2/1980
10270 Dutch School (18th century)





Dutch








Virgin and Child in a Garland of Fruit and Flowers



panel 105.2 x 73.5 cm
painting









Possibly by an artist in the circle of Jan van Huysum.





Queensland Art Gallery 4
10271 Dyck, Anthony van, Sir
1599-1641



Dutch








Philip Herbert, Earl of Pembroke



canvas 105.4 x 83.8 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 457/4
10273 Dyck, Anthony van, Sir
1599-1641



Dutch








Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of Southampton



canvas 223.2 x 131.8 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1246/3
10274 Dyck, Anthony van, Sir
1599-1641



Dutch








Il Marchese Filippo Spinola



canvas 218.3 x 139.6 cm
painting















Queensland Art Gallery 1769
10276 Dyck, Anthony van, Sir
1599-1641



Dutch



imitator of



The Marriage of St Catherine (after van Dyck)



canvas 142.5 x 120.4 cm
painting










The original is in the collection of H.M. the Queen.



National Gallery of Victoria 301a/a
10277 Dyck, Anthony van, Sir
1599-1641



Dutch



imitator of



Cornelius van der Geest (after van Dyck)



panel 82.5 x 66.6 cm
painting










The original is in the National Gallery, London.



National Gallery of Victoria 149/2
10278 Dyck, Anthony van, Sir
1599-1641



Dutch



imitator of



Ambrogio Spinola (after van Dyck)



canvas 75.6 x 58.4 cm
painting










The original is in the Clarke Art Institute, Williamstown, Mass.



Art Gallery of Western Australia 905/P3
10279 Eyck, Jan van
active 1422-d. 1441



Dutch



imitator of



Virgin and Child (after van Eyck)



panel 26.3 x 19.4 cm
painting








Signed: ---MCCCCXXXIII---IOHEM DEEYC--- (not authentic)





National Gallery of Victoria 1275/3
10280 Flemish School (early 16th century)





Dutch








Triptych with the Miracles of Christ



panel (cntr) 113.9 x 83.4 cm (wings) 113 x 37.2 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1247/3
10281 Flemish School (Antwerp, 16th century)





Dutch








Retable of the Passion of Christ



panel 203.2 x 100.3 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3660/3
10282 Flemish School (16th century)





Dutch








The Descent from the Cross



panel 71.5 x 106 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 4560/3
10283 Flemish School (16th century)





Dutch








St Jerome



panel 42.7 x 31.4 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 4590/3
10284 Flemish School (16th century)





Dutch








Henry VIII



panel 54.5 x 38 cm
painting



c. 1540




By an Anglo-Flemish artist.





Art Gallery of New South Wales OB4.1962
10285 Flemish School (17th century)





Dutch



imitator of Aniello Falcone



Battle Scene



canvas 98.3 x 156.2 cm
painting









Perhaps by a Franco-Flemish hand.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 8690
10286 Gelder, Aert de
1645-1727



Dutch








King Ahasuerus Condemning Haman



canvas 80.5 x 96.5 cm
painting








Signed: A. de Gelder f.





National Gallery of Victoria 216/4
10287 Goyen, Jan van
1596-1665



Dutch



imitator of



View of Rhenen



panel 61.2 x 98.3 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 8591
10288 Heem, Jan Davidsz de
1606-1683/84



Dutch








Still Life with Fruit



canvas 67 x 78.8 cm
painting








Signed: J.D. de Heem f.





National Gallery of Victoria 231/4
10289 Heem, Jan Davidsz de
1606-1683/84



Dutch








Still Life with Landscape View Through Curtain



panel 63.4 x 85.3 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 001.1929
10290 Heemskerck, Egbert van
1634/35-1704



Dutch








Family Group in a Landscape



canvas 87.6 x 102.3 cm
painting



1666



Signed: EvH (monogram) 1666





National Gallery of Victoria 1444/5
10291 Hobbema, Meindert
1638-1709



Dutch








The Old Oak



canvas 101 x 144 cm
painting



1662



Signed: M. Hobbema f 1662





National Gallery of Victoria 2252/4
10292 Hondecoeter, Melchior de
1636-1695



Dutch








The Poultry Yard



canvas 148.2 x 170.3 cm
painting








Signed: M.D. Hondecoeter





National Gallery of Victoria 1067/3
10293 Jordaens, Jacob
1593-1678



Dutch



imitator of



The Satyr and the Peasant (after Jordaens)



canvas 117.6 x 151.7 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'School of Jordaens'.
The original with some differences is in the Gemaldegalerie, Kassel.



National Gallery of Victoria 183/4
10294 Kalf, Willem
1619-1693



Dutch








Still Life



canvas 53 x 43.7 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1251/3
10295 Key, Willem
1515/20-1568



Dutch



circle of



A Protestant Minister



panel 84 x 62.5 cm
painting



1563



Dated: Die was ghedaen A LXIII... Formerly attributed to 'Frans Pourbus the Elder' but an artist near to Willem Key is more tenable.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 001.1965
10296 Maes, Nicolaes
1632-1693



Dutch








An Unknown Woman



canvas 53.3 x 41.9 cm
painting








Signed: (signature indistinct)





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2117
10297 Marmion, Simon





active 1449-d. 1489








Virgin and Child



panel 38.1 x 28 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 3079/4
10298 Master of Frankfurt
1460-1520/33



Dutch








Virgin and Child with Sts James, Peter, Catherine and Donor



panel 69 x 50.5 cm
painting










Variants in the Norton Simon Gallery Pasadena and Royal Collection, U.K.



Queensland Art Gallery 1721
10299 Memling, Hans
active 1466-d. 1494



Dutch








The Man of Sorrows in the Arms of the Virgin



panel 27.4 x 19.9 cm
painting



1475



Dated: 1475





National Gallery of Victoria 1335/3
10300 Miereveld, Michiel Jansz van
1567-1641



Dutch








An Unknown Man



panel 116.2 x 82.7 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1370
10301 Mor, Anthonis (Moro, Antonio)
c. 1517/21-1576/77



Dutch








An Unknown Woman



panel 100.3 x 72.1 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1823/4
10302 Moreelse, Paulus
1571-1638



Dutch



circle of



An Unknown Young Man



canvas 78.7 x 64.8 cm
painting



1638



Dated: AETATIS/18/1638





Art Gallery of New South Wales 982
10303 Mytens, Daniel
c. 1590-before 1648



Dutch








Sir John Ashburnham



canvas 224.8 x 134.6 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1/1972
10304 Mytens, Daniel
c. 1590-before 1648



Dutch








George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham



panel 69.8 x 57.7 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'Miereveldt', but this is one of Mytens's much repeated portraits of the Duke of Buckingham.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2115
10305 Naiveu, Matthys
1647-c. 1721



Dutch








Woman with Garland of Flowers



canvas 41.8 x 34.5 cm
painting








Signed: Naiveu Feci





Art Gallery of New South Wales 8947
10306 Noordt, Jan van
c. 1620-after 1676



Dutch



imitator of



Granida and Daifilo



canvas 94.6 x 85.7 cm
painting










A signed variant, dated 1663 was in the Schubart collection, Berlin in 1905 (Witt photograph).



Art Gallery of New South Wales 1.1973
10307 Os, Jan van
1744-1808



Dutch








Still Life with Bird's Nest



panel 70.5 x 61 cm
painting








Signed: J van Os Pinxt





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2027
10308 Pourbus II, Frans
1569/70-1622



Dutch








An Unknown Man



canvas 61 x 53.3 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 001/1963
10309 Rijn, Rembrandt Harmensz van
1606-1669



Dutch








The Two Philosophers



panel 72.4 x 59.7 cm
painting



1628



Signed: R.L. 1628





National Gallery of Victoria 349/4
10310 Rijn, Rembrandt Harmensz van
1606-1669



Dutch








An Unknown Man



canvas 108.9 x 92.7 cm
painting



1667



Signed: Rembrandt f. 1667





National Gallery of Victoria 2372/4
10311 Rijn, Rembrandt Harmensz van
1606-1669



Dutch



imitator of



Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn



canvas 76.5 x 61.6 cm
painting








Signed: Rembrandt f. 1660 or 1665 or 1669 (not authentic) Formerly attributed to 'Rembrandt', here rejected on technical and stylistic grounds. A recent microphotograph favours a reading of the date as 1665.





National Gallery of Victoria 104/4
10312 Rubens, Peter Paul
1577-1640



Flemish/German








Louis XIII of France



paper on panel 42.8 x 32.6 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 315/5
10313 Rubens, Peter Paul
1577-1640



Flemish/German








Self Portrait



canvas 91.3 x 70.8 cm
painting



1623










National Gallery of Australia 1983.53
10314 Rubens, Peter Paul
1577-1640



Flemish/German








An Unknown Woman



canvas 91.8 x 68.3 cm
painting









A more accurate title would be Young Woman in a Fur since this is one of the artist's variants after Titian's paintings of Venetian courtesans.





Queensland Art Gallery 1770
10315 Rubens, Peter Paul
1577-1640



Flemish/German








Hercules and Antaeus



panel 64.6 x 49.5 cm
painting









Possibly commenced by Rubens, but completed by other hands.





National Gallery of Victoria 1720/4
10316 Rubens, Peter Paul
1577-1640



Flemish/German



imitator of



The Garden of Love



canvas 177.8 x 160 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 138/2
10317 Ruisdael, Jacob
1628-1682



Dutch








The Watermill



canvas 65 x 71.3 cm
painting








Signed: V.R.





National Gallery of Victoria 1249/3
10318 Ruysch, Rachel
1664-1750



Dutch








Flowerpiece



canvas 70.5 x 54.5 cm
painting








Signed: Rachel Ruysch





National Gallery of Victoria 1417/4
10320 Ruysdael, Salomon van
1600-1670



Dutch








River Landscape with Boats



canvas 105.2 x 111 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 4729/3
10321 Ruysdael, Salomon van
1600-1670



Dutch








River Scene



canvas 65.1 x 88.9 cm
painting



1661



Signed: S R 1661





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.2026
10322 Ruysdael, Salomon van
1600-1670



Dutch








Landscape with Barn and Church Steeple



canvas 106.6 x 167 cm
painting



1644



Signed: S. Ruysdael 1644





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1462
10323 Ruysdael, Salomon van
1600-1670



Dutch



studio of



River Scene



panel 45 x 81 cm
painting



1643



Signed: S v R 1634





Art Gallery of New South Wales 002.1961
10324 Ryck, Guilliam (Willem) de
1635-1697



Dutch








Jeffrey Amherst Esq.



canvas 76.5 x 63 cm
painting



1713



Signed: G. de Ryck pt ---1713





National Gallery of Victoria 3008/4
10326 Schalken, Godfried
1643-1706



Dutch



circle of



A Woman with a Lantern, Caressed by a Man



panel 45.8 x 35.8 cm
painting



1651(?)



Signed: (indistinctly signed) 1651 (?) 1681 (?) Formerly attributed to A. van Maes (?) on the basis of the indistinct signature. The treatment of the subject is the late 17th century, so the later date would be the correct one, and the use of the lantern light is reminiscent of Schalken.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 1157
10327 Seghers, Daniel
1590-1661



Dutch



circle of



Virgin and Child in a Garland of Flowers



panel 62 x 54.4 cm
painting















Queensland Art Gallery 3
10328 Steen, Jan
1626-1679



Dutch








Interior



panel 55.3 x 42.8 cm
painting








Signed: J. Steen





National Gallery of Victoria 1248/3
10329 Stomer, Matthias
c. 1600-after 1650



Dutch








Mucius Scaevola in the Presence of Lars Porsenna



canvas 152.6 x 205.7 cm
painting










There is another version in Messina, Museo Nazionale, and a pendant Judgement of Solomon, Houston Museum of Fine Arts.



Art Gallery of New South Wales 004.1970
10330 Teniers the Younger, David
1610-1690



Dutch








The Gazette



panel 45 x 65.6 cm
painting








Signed: D. Teniers f.





National Gallery of Victoria 1051/3
10331 Teniers the Younger, David
1610-1690



Dutch








The Skittle Players



canvas 98.4 x 206.6 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 2050/4
10332 Teniers the Younger, David
1610-1690



Dutch



circle of



The Flight into Egypt



panel 24.8 x 34.4 cm
painting








Signed: D. T. (monogram)





Art Gallery of New South Wales 1148
10333 Teniers the Younger, David
1610-1690



Dutch



imitator of



An Archery Match



panel 36.1 x 53.2 cm
painting















Queensland Art Gallery 2
10334 Terborch, Gerard
1617-1681



Dutch








Woman with a Fan



canvas 67.2 x 51.4 cm
painting








Signed: G. T.B. (monogram)





National Gallery of Victoria 1542/4
10335 Velde the Younger, Willem van der
1633-1707



Dutch








A Coast Scene



canvas 59.6 x 71.7 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1862
10336 Velde the Younger, Willem van der
1633-1707



Dutch



studio of



English Ships Running Before a Gale



canvas 32 x 52 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 001.1961
10337 Verboom, Andries Hendriksz
1628-1670



Dutch








Landscape with Sportsmen



canvas 128.2 x 163.5 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1369
10338 Verelst, Simon
1644-1710/21



Dutch



circle of



Flowers in a Glass Vase



canvas 61.9 x 49.2 cm
painting









Fairly close to the style of Simon Verelst.





Bendigo Art Gallery
10339 Victors, Jan
1619/20-1676



Dutch








An Unknown Woman



canvas 125.8 x 104.2 cm
painting















National Gallery of Victoria 1/1979
10340 Victoryns, Anthonie
d. before 1655/56



Dutch



imitator of



The Foot Operation



canvas 30.5 x 35.8 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to Isaack van Ostade.





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1388
10341 Vliet, Hendrick Cornelisz van der
1611/12-1675



Dutch








Interior of St Janskerk, Gouda



canvas 110.8 x 128.7 cm
painting



1662



Signed: H. van Vliet 1662 The church was indentified by Dr E. Devapriam (Curator).





National Gallery of Victoria 4716/3
10342 Vries, Abraham de
c. 1590-c. 1650



Dutch








An Unknown Man



panel 74.3 x 59.7 cm
painting



1647



Signed: fecit Hage A. de Vries, anno 1647





National Gallery of Victoria 1218/3
10343 Weenix, Jan Baptist
1621-1663



Dutch








A Mediterranean Port Scene



canvas 66 x 102.3 cm
painting








Signed: Gio. Batt. Weenix fecit.





National Gallery of Victoria 1/1977
10344 Westerbaen the Younger, Jan Jansz
c. 1631-1670



Dutch








Elizabeth Cabeljau, Wife of Jan van der Hoeven



panel 73.3 x 59.1 cm
painting



1670



Signed: I. W. A 1670





Art Gallery of Western Australia 903/P4
10345 Wet, Gerrit de
1616-1674



Dutch



imitator of



Marriage of Joseph and Mary



canvas 83.7 x 107.5 cm
painting



1669



Signed: Gerrit d. Wet 1669 Despite the signature and date, too poorly executed in some passages to be autograph.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 00.1866
10346 Winter, Egidius de
c. 1650-1720



Dutch








Scene Before an Inn



canvas 32.5 x 39.5 cm
painting








Signed: A.E. (?) Winter





Art Gallery of New South Wales 001.1962
10347 Wouwerman(s), Philips
1619-1668



Dutch








A Cavalry Battle



canvas 99 x 176.5 cm
painting








Signed: Ph. W





Art Gallery of South Australia 0.1714
10348 Wouwerman(s), Philips
1619-1668



Dutch








Landscape with Dogs and Horse



panel 50.5 x 44.2 cm
painting








Signed: Ph. W





National Gallery of Victoria 4730/3
10349 Wouwerman(s), Philips
1619-1668



Dutch



imitator of



Battle Scene



canvas 19.5 x 39 cm
painting















Bendigo Art Gallery
10350 Russian School (17th century)





Russian








Our Lady Tolgskaya




31.9 x 26.8 cm
painting















Art Gallery of South Australia 704P11
10352 Greco, El (Theotocopoulos, Domenikos)
1541-1614



Spanish



studio of



St Bonaventura ?



canvas 102.9 x 84 cm (fragment)
painting









Formerly attributed to 'El Greco' but the quality falls short. Formerly titled Portrait of a Cardinal but this is unconvincing and that it represents St Bonaventura is more likely to be the case.





National Gallery of Victoria 2253/4
10354 Murillo, Bartolome Esteban
1617-1682



Spanish








The Immaculate Conception



canvas 235 x 208 cm
painting









Formerly attributed to 'Murillo', but only in some passages is Murillo's hand apparent.
It is a variant not a replica of the Esquilache Madonna (Hermitage, Leningrad).



National Gallery of Victoria 1826/4
10355 Roslin, Alexandre
1718-1793



Scandinavian








Count Andrey Kyrillovich Razumovsky



canvas 63.8 x 52.7 cm
painting



1777 (?)



Signed: Le Chev Roslin 1777 (?)





National Gallery of Victoria 1382/5
10356 Roslin, Alexandre
1718-1793



Scandinavian








Anastasia Ivanova



canvas 63.5 x 53 cm
painting








Signed: A. Roslin Le Suedois





National Gallery of Victoria 7/1971
10357 Kauffmann, Angelika
1741-1807



Swiss








Constanza Abandoned



canvas 83.5 x 65.1 cm (oval)
painting










The subject is from Metastasio Isola Disabitata (1753).



Queensland Art Gallery 51
10358 Ramsay, Allan
1713-1784



British



studio of



Queen Charlotte in Coronation Robes



canvas 248.5 x 162.5 cm
painting



c. 1766










National Gallery of Australia 64.52.A
10359 Ramsay, Allan
1713-1784



British



studio of



King George III in Coronation Robes



canvas 248.5 x 162.8 cm
painting



c. 1766










National Gallery of Australia 64.51.A
10360 Cione, Jacopo di
1320/30-1398/1400



Italian








Madonna and Child Enthroned with Saints



panel 91.2 x 45.5 x 8.1 cm
painting



1367



Inscribed: ___ DOMINI MILLE.CCCLXVII





National Gallery of Australia 87.1843
10361 Cologne School (16th century)





German








Virgin and Child with Saints



panel 126.5 x 354.0 x 6.0 cm (framed overall)
painting



c. 1510




Triptych of the Madonna and Child with saints and angel musicians with a hortus conclusus (central panel) St Henry, St Helena and donor (left shutter panel) St Peter and St Margaret (right shutter panel).





National Gallery of Australia 2001.19. A-C
10362 Drolling, Martin
1752-1817



French








Joseph Merceron, Avocat au Parlement de Paris



canvas 210.0 x 144.4 cm
painting



1791



Signed: Ma Dreling pinxit 1791





National Gallery of Australia 2001.183
10363 Drouais, Jean-Germain
1763-1788



French








(Study for) Marius Prisonnier à Minturnae



canvas 20.0 x 26.1 cm
painting



1785










National Gallery of Australia 86.1224
10364 Giordano, Luca
1632/34-1705



Italian








Il Ratto delle Sabine



canvas 257.2 x 314.6 cm
painting



c. 1672










National Gallery of Australia 2000.33
10365 Lethiere, Guillaume (Guillon)
1760-1832



French



attributed to



(Study for) La Mort de Camille



canvas 32.6 x 41.0 cm
painting



1785










National Gallery of Australia 87.353
10366 Ramsay, Allan
1713-1784



British



studio of



Ornate Frame for Queen Charlotte in Coronation Robes



canvas 248.5 x 162.5 cm
painting



c. 1766










National Gallery of Australia 64.52.B
10367 Ramsay, Allan
1713-1784



British








Ornate Frame for King George III in Coronation Robes



canvas 248.5 x 162.8 cm
painting



c. 1766










National Gallery of Australia 64.51.B
10369 Rubens, Peter Paul
1577-1640



Flemish/German








(Sketch for) The Triumphal Entry of Henry IV into Paris, 22 May 1594



panel 21.8 x 40.6 cm
painting



1628










National Gallery of Australia 88.376
10371 Vernet, Joseph
1714-1789



French








Tempête sur la Côte Méditerranéenne



canvas 97.8 x 134.7 cm
painting



c. 1745










National Gallery of Australia 2003.3.2
10372 Vernet, Joseph
1714-1789



French








Port Méditerranéen, Temps Calme



canvas 97.8 x 134.7 cm
painting



c. 1745










National Gallery of Australia 2003.3.1
10373 Panini, Giovanni Paolo
1691-1765



Italian








The Cumaean Sibyl Delivering the Oracles



canvas
painting



c. 1741










National Gallery of Victoria
10374 Sassoferrato, Giovanni Battista Salvi
1609-1685



Italian








Madonna in Prayer



canvas
painting



c. 1640










National Gallery of Victoria
10375 Singleton, Henry
1766-1839



British








Imogen Found by Aviragus, Belarius and Guiderus in the Forest



canvas 62.0 x 74.0 cm
painting



c. 1790










National Gallery of Victoria 2002.416
10376 Dance, Nathaniel
1735-1811



British








The Pybus Family



canvas
painting



c. 1769










National Gallery of Victoria
10377 Gaddi, Agnolo
active 1369-1396



Italian








Madonna and Child with St John the Evangelist, St John the Baptist, St James of Compostela and St Nicholas of Bari



panel
painting



c. 1388










National Gallery of Victoria
10378 Swanevelt, Herman van
c. 1600-1655



Dutch








Thunderstorm



panel 47.8 x 64.9 cm
painting



1649










National Gallery of Victoria
10379 Bordone, Paris
1500-1571



Italian








Rest on the Flight into Egypt with Saint Catherine and Angels



canvas
painting



c. 1527










National Gallery of Victoria
10380 Giani, Felice
1758-1823



Italian








Ancora io sono stata in Arcadia



pen and ink with blue and grey wash
drawing















National Gallery of Victoria
10381 Labruzzi, Carlo
1748-1817



Italian








Entrance to Gaeta



watercolour over pencil
drawing



c. 1789










National Gallery of Victoria
10385 Ehret, Georg Dionysius
1708-1770



German








Musa



watercolour and pencil
drawing















National Gallery of Victoria
10386 Carracci, Agostino





Italian



follower of



Head of an Old Man, Facing Left



pen and ink
drawing









The work was created in the late sixteenth century.





National Gallery of Victoria
10387 Portail, Jacques





Italian



follower of



Young Man Seated, Playing a Lute



black and white chalks on oatmeal paper
drawing



1700










National Gallery of Victoria
10388 Place, Francis
1647-1728



British








Page from Sketchbook (Woman in Cloak, Three Men, Houses)



pen and brush and brown ink
drawing









The work was created in the late seventeenth century or the early eighteenth century.





National Gallery of Victoria
10389 Place, Francis
1647-1728



British








A View in Zeeland (verso, A Coast Scene in Kent)



pen and brush and brown ink (v., pen and ink)
drawing



c. 1670










National Gallery of Victoria
10390 Redoute, Pierre Joseph
1759-1840



Flemish








Yellow Vetch



watercolour and pencil
drawing



1780










National Gallery of Victoria
10391 Richmond, George
1809-1896



British








Portrait of Maria Tatham Seated (verso, Sketches of two Faces)



pen and brush and brown ink (v., pencil)
drawing



1829










National Gallery of Victoria
10393 Robins the Younger, Thomas
1743-1806



British








Botanical Study- Amaryllis, Sweet Pea, Eryngium and Four Insects



watercolour, bodycolour, gum arabic, pencil
drawing



1785










National Gallery of Victoria
10394 Saftleven, Cornelius
1607-1681



Dutch








A Seated Spaniel, His Back Turned



charcoal, white chalk on brown paper
drawing















National Gallery of Victoria
10395 Turpin, Pierre Jean Francois
1775-1840



French








Oxyanthus



watercolour, pencil, pen and ink
drawing









The work was created in the early 19th century.





National Gallery of Victoria
10396 Alsloot, Denys van
before 1573-1625/26



Flemish



attributed to



Landscape Scene with Numerous Animals and Figures



pen and brown ink, brown wash, gouache
drawing



c. 1600










National Gallery of Victoria
10397 Tiepolo, Giandomenico
1727-1804



Italian








The Rent Collection



pen, brown ink and wash over black chalk 29.2 x 41.2 cm (image)
drawing



c. 1800



Signed: Dom Tiepolo f A pen and wash drawing from Divertimento per li Regazzi (Entertainment for Children), a series of 102 drawings portraying the life and adventures of Punchinello.





National Gallery of Australia 81.735
10398 Canaletto, Giovanni Antonio
1697-1768



Italian








Bacino di S. Marco: from the Piazzetta



canvas 131.4 x 163.2 cm
painting



c. 1735




This painting is one of four works by Canaletto commissioned by William Holbech for his house in Warwickshire, England.





National Gallery of Victoria E1-1986
10399 Keyser, Thomas de
1596/97-1667



Dutch








Marriage Portrait



wood
painting



1636










National Gallery of Victoria
10400 Belgian School ? (19th century)





Belgian ?








Francois Costermans



canvas
painting



1802










National Gallery of Victoria
10401 Giordano, Luca
1632/34-1705



Italian








(Allegory probably representing) The Senses Reveal True Love



canvas
painting



c. 1675










National Gallery of Victoria E1-1988
10402 Vrancx, Sebastiaen
1573-1647



Flemish








The Crossing of the Red Sea



canvas
painting



1597










National Gallery of Victoria E1-1989
10404 Steen, Jan
1626-1679



Dutch








The Wedding Party



wood
painting



c. 1667










National Gallery of Victoria E1-1992
10405 German School (18th century)





German








Snowball and Two Cyclamens with a Beetle



watercolour and bodycolour
drawing















National Gallery of Victoria
10406 Zoffany, Johan (Zauffauly, Johann)
1733-1810



German-English








Self-portrait as David with the Head of Goliath



canvas 92.2 x 74.7 cm
painting



1756










National Gallery of Victoria ICI-1994
10407 Le Brun, Elisabeth Louise
1755-1842



French



by or after



The Artist at Work



watercolour on ivory
drawing









A miniature piece.





National Gallery of Victoria
10408 Buck, Adam
1759-1833



British








Portrait of a Girl (Louisa Churchill ?)



watercolour and gouache
drawing



1830




A miniature piece.





National Gallery of Victoria
10409 Engleheart, George
1750-1829



British



attributed to



Portrait of Richard Gregory (Officer in a Red Coat)



watercolour on ivory
drawing



1789




A miniature piece.





National Gallery of Victoria
10410 Isabey, Jean Baptiste
1767-1855



French



attributed to



Three-quarter-length Portrait of a Lady with Head Veil and Brown Cashmere Shawl; a Walled city on the Distance



watercolour, gouache and pencil on card
drawing



c. 1800 ?










National Gallery of Victoria
10411 British School (18th century)





British








Portrait of a Gentleman in a Blue Coat (Surgeon Major Leslie)



watercolour and gouache on ivory
drawing



c. 1780




A miniature piece.





National Gallery of Victoria
10412 British School ? (18th century)





British ?








Portrait of a Gentleman in a Long Grey Wig



watercolour on ivory
drawing



c. 1700




A miniature piece.





National Gallery of Victoria
10413 British School ? (18th century)





British ?








Portrait of a Lady (with a Headband and Sheer Drapery around Neckline)



watercolour on ivory
drawing



c. 1780




A miniature piece.





National Gallery of Victoria
10414 Varley, John
1778-1842



British








The Old Mill



watercolour and gouache
drawing



c. 1806 ?










National Gallery of Victoria
10415 Jordeans, Jacob
1593-1678



Belgian/Flemish








Mercury and Argus



panel 49.3 x 64.5 cm
painting



1635




The subject of this painting concerns one of the amours of the god Jupiter with the nymph Io as related in Ovid's Metamorphoses.





National Gallery of Victoria 1996.658
10416 Thornhill, James
1675-1734



British








Neptune Calms the Waves



pen, brown ink, and brown wash over pencil
drawing



c. 1715




Study for a scene from Virgil's Aeneid (1: 124-141).





National Gallery of Victoria
10417 Regnault, Jean-Baptiste
1754-1829



French








La Toilette de Venus



canvas
painting



1815










National Gallery of Victoria
10418 Bril, Paul
1553/54-1626



Dutch








A Wooded Landscape with a Bridge and Sportsmen at the Edge of the River




canvas 88.3 x 67.5cm
painting



1590










Art Gallery of New South Wales 250.1998
10421 Romney, George
1734-1802



British








A Study of Two Women: a Sketch for the Milner Sisters



pen and brown ink, brown wash, over pencil 28.7 x 23.5 cm
drawing









This vigorous drawing is one of two known sketches made in preparation for a double portrait of the Milner sisters, now in a private collection. The drawing seems above all to be a portrait of the relationship between an elder and a younger sister, a relationship of love, admiration and a warmth reflected in the glow of sunshine filtered through foliage.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 52.2000
10423 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








A Shipwreck off a Rocky Coast



canvas 83.0 x 126.4 cm
painting



1760










Art Gallery of New South Wales 11.2002
10424 Boscoli, Andrea
c. 1560-1608



Italian








Clorinda Learns the Fate of Sophronia and Olindo



pen and brown ink, brown wash, red chalk 24.0 x 17.0 cm
drawing



c. 1580




This drawing illustrates an episode from the second canto of 'Gerusalemme Liberata' (Jerusalem Delivered), Torquato Tasso's epic poem of the late 16th century. It shows the young lovers, Sophronia and Olindo, tied to the stake just before the pyre is lit. The inscriptions in the upper and lower margins, almost certainly by the artist himself, are of the relevant lines from Tasso's epic.
There are altogether five drawings by Boscoli depicting scenes from the story of Sophronia and Olindo. The final drawing in the series, now in the Kupferstichkabinett, Berlin, shows Sophronia and Olindo released from their bonds and set free.




Art Gallery of New South Wales 104.2004
10426 Pynacker, Adam
1620/21-1673



Dutch








Landscape with Enraged Ox



canvas 98.5 x 86.4 cm
painting



1665










Art Gallery of New South Wales 130.2004
10428 Snyders, Frans
1579-1657



Flemish



workshop of



The Boar Hunt



canvas 172.0 x 239.0 cm
painting



c. 1650





The composition of this work is adapted from a picture of the early 1620s in the Muzeum Narodowe, Poznan. The artist later elaborated the scene in two large canvases of which one, signed and dated 1653, is in the British Royal collection at Kensington.




Art Gallery of New South Wales 239.2005
10429 Giovanni, Bartolomeo di
d.1501



Italian








Saint John the Baptist



panel 150.0 x 40.0 cm
painting



1475










Art Gallery of New South Wales 270.2005
10430 Procaccini, Giulio Cesare
1574-1625



Italian








The Lowering of the Cross with Sts Mary Magdalene, Augustine, Jerome and Angels



canvas 238.0 x 171.7 cm
painting



c. 1618










Art Gallery of New South Wales 249.2005
10432 Benson, Ambrosius
d. 1550



Flemish








Portraits of Cornelius Duplicius de Scheppere and his Wife Elizabeth Donche



diptych: panel 30.1 x 54.0 cm (overall)
painting



c. 1540




Small in scale, these portraits were designed primarily for ease of storage, transport and display. Benson's typically warm palette is well demonstrated, especially in the clothing.






Art Gallery of New South Wales 301.1994.a-b
10433 Beccafumi, Domenico
1484-1551



Italian








Madonna and Child with Infant John the Baptist (also known as The Madonna and Child with Saint John the Baptist)



panel 92.0 x 69.0 cm
altarpiece



c. 1542




This mannerist painting shows the new directions of Italian art in the sixteenth century. With its mysterious luminosity and boldly defined figures, it suggests statuary viewed by candle-light. Beccafumi has paid homage to Michelangelo in the volumetric forms of the Madonna and her draperies and the 'contrapposto' of her pose. For the suppleness of flesh and softness of atmosphere, however, Beccafumi has turned to Leonardo's testing 'sfumato' technique. This imbues his altarpiece with a theatricality.
As a master trained in Siena, a city dedicated to the Virgin, Beccafumi produced innumerable versions of this subject.



Art Gallery of New South Wales 231.1992
10434 Bronzino, Agnolo
1503-1572



Italian








Duke Cosimo I de' Medici in Armour



poplar
86.0 x 67.0 cm
painting



1540




In this magnificent portrait of his principal patron - a work that exists in many replicas and copies - the painter displays a perfectionism it is hard not to think obsessive. Riven with reflections, highlights and shadows, Cosimo's armour alone is an article of transfixing interest.
Apart from this authoritative example, another celebrated version of the work is found in the Uffizi Gallery in Florence.




Art Gallery of New South Wales 78.1996
10435 The Master of the 1540s
active 1541-1551



Flemish








Portrait of a Young Woman



panel 59.5 x 44.9 cm
painting



1541










Art Gallery of New South Wales 482.1993
10436 dell'Abate, Nicolò
c. 1509-c. 1571



Italian








Portrait of a Gentleman with a Falcon (also known as Portrait of a Gentleman, Half Length, Wearing a Black Coat with Grey Sleeves and a Hat, a Falcon Perched on his Finger)




canvas 107.5 x 84.5 cm
painting



c. 1548




The north Italian aristocrat portrayed here has an almost indecisive air at odds with his masterful pose and sporty regalia.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 167.1991
10438 Fontana, Prospero
1512-1597



Italian








Deposition (also known as Pieta)



panel 193.0 x 116.5 cm
altarpiece



1563




In this spectacular, if formulaic, altarpiece the decorativeness and artificiality of mannerism can be observed giving ground to the more robust dynamics of the proto-baroque style that emerged in Fontana's native Bologna during this period. The figures in this work derive from the standard Renaissance repertoire, their compression and colouristic variety are Fontana's own. Fontana's intention, fully realised, is to force the viewer into direct contemplation of the physical suffering of Christ and its grievous effect (cont.) on the sacred assembly around him.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 219.1994
10439 Cambiaso, Luca
1527-1585



Italian








Holy Family with St John the Baptist (also known as The Holy Family with Joseph and the Infant St John by Candlelight; The Holy Family and the Infant Saint John the Baptist by Candlelight)





canvas 127.0 x 109.2 cm
painting



c. 1578










Art Gallery of New South Wales 25.1992
10442 Rubens, Peter Paul
1577-1640



Flemish/German








Constantine Investing his Son Crispus with Command of the Fleet



panel 37.6 x 30.2 x 0.5 cm
painting



1622




This painting illustrates a story from the life of the Roman Emperor Constantine. Crispus, Constantine's eldest son, is shown receiving command of the imperial fleet before the campaign against Licinius. This is accomplished under the aegis of the Goddess of Victory and Neptune, the Lord of the Sea. Despite such unpromising narrative material, Rubens avoids bombast, delivering instead a credible tableau in which all participants, even the allegorical ones, boast the ruddy blush of life. The dynamism of Rubens's (cont.) every brush stroke prevails over the provisional nature of this format to produce a wonderfully complete composition.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 483.1993
10443 Lorrain, Claude
1600-1682



French








Pastoral Landscape (also known as Diamond Claude)



copper 27.9 x 34.7 cm
painting



1636




Known as the 'Diamond Claude' by virtue of its faceted format, this exquisite painting on copper is one of a clutch of such works executed by the celebrated classicist.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 208.1992
10444 CKV
b. 17th century



Dutch








Study of an Old Man



panel 19.0 x 17.1 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 7400
10445 Dutch School (17th century)





Dutch








Susannah and the Elders



canvas 57.0 x 48.7 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 4445
10446 Flemish School (17th century)





Dutch








Outside the Tavern



copper 20.2 x 22.6 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 7257
10447 Flemish School (17th century)





Dutch








Landscape with Card Players



wood 33.9 x 40.5 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 8946
10448 Vaccaro, Andrea
1605-1670



Italian








Adoration of the Magi



canvas 175.0 x 229.0 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 180.1997
10449 Ruisdael, Jacob van
1628-1682



Dutch








Wooded Hillside with a View of Bentheim Castle (also known as A Castle on a Hill)



canvas 60.2 x 73.9 cm
painting



1655




It is hard to escape the melancholy which imbues this painting. It depicts a site van Ruisdael was drawn to paint on twelve occasions, and is gloomy in the extreme. Yet through the shadowy foreground and steep, uninviting track, the castle itself, backlit by a burst of splendid clouds, rises like an apparition of hope.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 256.1991
10452 Flemish School (18th century)





Dutch








Landscape with Cattle and Mill



canvas 27.2 x 24.0 cm
painting















Art Gallery of New South Wales 8973
10453 Largillière, Nicolas
1656-1746



French








Portrait of an Officer



canvas 65.7 x 54.2 cm
painting



c. 1714










Art Gallery of New South Wales 176.1995
10454 Amigoni, Jacopo
c. 1685-1752



Italian








Bacchus and Ariadne



canvas 51.0 x 61.3 cm
painting



c. 1740










Art Gallery of New South Wales 481.1993
10455 Canaletto
1697-1768



Italian








The Piazza di San Marco, Venice



canvas 67.5 x 119.0 cm
painting



1742




Architectonic in construction and architectural in content, this magnificent 'venduta', or view, sparkles with the very light of Venice. This was subject matter tackled time and time again by Canaletto, probably with the aid of a 'camera obscura'; yet despite the artist's concern for accuracy, this painting is nowhere dull or perfunctory in its attention to detail.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 302.1996
10456 Boucher, François
1703-1770



French








A Young Lady Holding a Pug Dog (also known as Portrait Présumé de Madame Boucher; Portrait of Madame Boucher; Presumed Portrait of Madame Boucher)




canvas 34.5 x 28.6 cm (oval)
painting



1740




This painting wittily juxtaposes the very different beauties of a charming woman (Marie-Jeanne Buseau) and her lapdog. The slightly generic cast of her face, echoing those of the nymphs and shepherdesses prolifically rendered by this artist, is attributable to the fact that Marie-Jeanne was Boucher's model for almost two decades.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 118.1992
10457 Nattier, Jean-Marc
1685-1766



French








Madame de La Porte (also known as Portrait of Madame de La Porte, Half Length, Wearing a White Satin Dress with Gold Embroidery and a Blue Cloak, with Flowers in her Hair; Portrait of a Young Woman)




canvas 82.0 x 65.5 cm
painting



1754




Recently (1999) established as the portrait of a fellow painter's wife, this image is the last word in high fashion. Although Nattier was not capable of Boucher's moments of naturalism, this image marks a shift in that direction, and away from the far more formally baroque language of his state portraits.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 119.1992
10458 Tiepolo, Domenico
1727-1804



Italian








The Apotheosis of a Pope and Martyr



canvas 82.2 x 44.2 cm
painting



c. 1780










Art Gallery of New South Wales 178.1995
10459 Robert, Hubert
1733-1808



French








An Extensive Landscape near Paris



panel 61.5 x 72.5 x 1.2 cm
painting



1781




The Roman Campagna insinuates itself into this otherwise descriptive scene of the countryside near Paris. Though it lacks anything so imposing as architectural ruins or sculptural wreckage, one senses a powerful note of nostalgia in the work. Even so, few views by Robert are as uncomplicated or as fresh as this, the airiness of the scene prefiguring nineteenth-century innovations in French landscape painting. The artist shown at work on the left is conceivably Robert himself.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 177.1995
10460 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








A View of Otaheite Peha



canvas 46.0 x 63.5 cm
painting



1783










Art Gallery of New South Wales 4.1976
10461 British School (19th century)





British








Portrait of a Lady



canvas 76.2 x 63.5 cm
painting



c. 1800










Art Gallery of New South Wales 6389
10463 Poussin, Nicholas
1594-1665



French



after



Bacchanal Before a Herm



canvas 94.5 x 124.5 cm
painting



c. 1800










Art Gallery of New South Wales 166.1979
10464 Norwich School (19th century)





British



attributed to



A Courtyard



canvas on pulpboard 28.5 x 34.3 cm
painting



1800










Art Gallery of New South Wales 1146
10466 Masquerier, John
1778-1855



British








Warren Hastings (1732-1818)



canvas 127.0 x 101.6 cm
painting



1810










Art Gallery of New South Wales OB1.1959
10467 Westall, Richard
1765-1836



British








Landscape - Solitude



canvas 102.6 x 127.9 cm
painting



1811










Art Gallery of New South Wales 27.1971
10468 Linnell Senior, John
1792-1882



British








The Bird Catcher - A Scene from Nature (also known as The Birdcatchers; Bayswater 40 Years Ago; Bayswater 1814)




canvas 93.8 x 127.3 cm
painting



1814




The painting was retouched in 1859.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 916
10469 Eastlake, Charles Lock
1793-1865



British








Classical Landscape



canvas 67.3 x 90.3 cm
painting



c. 1825










Art Gallery of New South Wales 7262
10470 British School (19th century)





British








Portrait of a Lady in a Bonnet (also known as An Unknown Woman)



canvas 76.0 x 63.5 cm
painting



c. 1825










Art Gallery of New South Wales 29.1971
10471 Constable, John
1776-1837



British








Landscape with Goatherd and Goats



canvas 53.3 x 44.5 cm
painting



1823




This painting is John Constable's loving replication of Claude's 'Landscape with a Goatherd and Goats'. The English painter took pains to evoke the spirit of his French original, not simply to imitate its surface appearance. Thus the Constable could not be mistaken for the Claude despite adhering to it in every important respect of colouring and composition. The result is an imaginative effort fascinating on its own terms.





Art Gallery of New South Wales OB1.1961
10472 British School (19th century)





British








Beatrice Cenci ?



canvas 25.4 x 21.0 cm
painting



c. 1830










Art Gallery of New South Wales 1133
10473 British School (19th century)





British








Charles Pemberton



canvas 76.6 x 64.7 cm
painting



1830










Art Gallery of New South Wales 973
10474 British School (19th century)





British








Sunlit Glade



mahogany panel 67.3 x 83.8 cm
painting



1830










Art Gallery of New South Wales 9308
10475 Harvey, George
1806-1876



British








He Paid Too Much for his Whistle



board 53.4 x 62.0 cm
painting



1834










Art Gallery of New South Wales 5727
10476 Smeall, W.
b. 19th century



British








Old Edinburgh



canvas 28.0 x 38.0 cm
painting



1835










Art Gallery of New South Wales 1130
10477 Etty, William
1787-1849



British








The Golden Age



canvas 119.0 x 133.0 cm
painting



c. 1840










Art Gallery of New South Wales OB3.1968
10478 Cox, David
1783-1859



British








Landscape



canvas 45.7 x 60.8 cm
painting



1840










Art Gallery of New South Wales 882
10479 Cooke, Edward
1811-1880



British








Mont St Michel-Shrimpers



canvas 97.0 x 142.5 cm
painting



1842










Art Gallery of New South Wales 4530
10480 Danby, Francis
1793-1861



Irish








The Three Sisters of Phaeton Weeping over the Tomb of their Brother



canvas 63.5 x 91.4 cm
painting



1845










Art Gallery of New South Wales 31.1971
10481 Turner, Joseph Mallord William
1775-1851



British



after



Venice



canvas 44.4 x 70.1 cm
painting



1845










Art Gallery of New South Wales 747
10482 Fielding, Anthony Vandyke Copley
1787-1855



British








Dunster Castle, Sunset



panel 22.5 x 30.4 cm
painting



c. 1850










Art Gallery of New South Wales 8394
10483 Brown, Ford Madox
1821-1893



British








Chaucer at the Court of Edward III (also known as Geoffrey Chaucer Reading the "Legend of Custance" to Edward III and his Court, at the Palace of Sheen, on the Anniversary of the Black Prince's Forty-fifth Birthday)



canvas 372.0 x 296.0 cm
painting



1847




Working with pure colours and clear contours on a dazzling white ground, and carefully composing his subjects from well-lit life, Brown achieved a sense of pageantry in this tableau. Its lower portions are especially immediate, an extensive cleaning having revealed the glorious condition of the original paintwork. Though Brown began his original composition in Rome, the final canvas was begun in London in 1847, and completed in 1851. Rosetti modelled for Chaucer, while others of the Pre-Raphaelite (cont.) circle appear as supernumeraries. It was Brown's desire in this, surely one of the greatest modern British paintings in Australia, to encapsulate an historical moment: the birth of the English language in the person of Chaucer.
The Tate Gallery in London possesses a study for the work, exact in detail but much reduced in scale.



Art Gallery of New South Wales 703
10484 Hunt, Holman
1827-1910



British








Study of a Bloodhound



board laid down on card 25.6 x 28.9 cm (irregular)
painting



1848




A study for Holman Hunt's 'Eve of Saint Agnes' exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1848. Hunt sought Millais's assistance in completing the picture and worked on it in the younger artist's studio. It was also this picture which inspired Rossetti to turn to Hunt for help in painting his 'Ecce Ancilla Domini', the first work exhibited bearing the initials PRB. The blood hound in Hunt's sketch was lent to him by John Blount Price of Islington (as the artist later recalled). The importance of the dogs to Hunt's conception of the (cont.)subject is refelected in the lines from Keats which he quoted in the Royal Academy exhibition catalogue 'The wakeful blood hound rose, and shook his hide, But his sagacious eye an imate owns'.





Art Gallery of New South Wales 105.2002
10485 Lee, Ann
1753-1790













1. Buprestis Fasicularis 2. Buprestis Hirta 3. Buprestis Hispindis (by) Ann Lee



vellum 19.8 x 27 cm
painting



1772



Signed (lower right).





National Library of Australia PIC R4746 LOC 3582-H
10486 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Alstromeria Pelegrina Sydney Parkinson Pinxit



vellum 36.4 x 25.8 cm
painting



1767



Signed (lower right). Inscription continues (after title) with description from Systema Naturae by Carl von Linne.





National Library of Australia PIC R4741 LOC 3582-C
10487 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Ampelis Garrulus Linne Peint d'apres Nature par Sidney Parkinson



vellum 32.4 x 25.8 cm
painting



1767 ?



Signed (bottom corner). The painting depicts a Waxwing (Bombycilla garrulus).





National Library of Australia PIC R4734 LOC 3581-D
10489 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Anas Spectabilis Linne



vellum 25.7 x 32.6 cm
painting



1768



Signed (lower left). The painting depicts a King eider (Somateria spectabilis).





National Library of Australia PIC R4730 LOC 3581-A
10490 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Banded Red Woodpecker (Picus Mineaceus)



vellum 6 x 32.4 cm
painting



1767










National Library of Australia PIC R4725 LOC 3586
10491 Luny, Thomas
1759-1837



British








The Bark, Earl of Pembroke, Later Endeavour, Leaving Whitby Harbour in 1768



canvas 79.1 x 145.1 cm
painting



c. 1790










National Library of Australia PIC R3397 LOC Main RR
10493 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Canoe of Otahiete (i.e. Tahiti)



ink and wash 30.2 x 47.7 cm
painting



c. 1777




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/N). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T437 NK52/N LOC1294
10494 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Cape de Verd Islands (by) Geo. Raper



ink and watercolour on paper 6.4 x 15.4 cm (image)
painting



1790



Signed (lower right corner, in ink): Geo. Raper 1790; Inscribed (head of sheet) Cape de Verd Islands; (cont.) Inscribed (beneath top painting, in ink) (Hazy weather) Isd. of Sall (a) S.W. [by?] W. (b) W.b.S. [&?] (c) the N.W. point W.b.N. offshore 3 or 4 leagues. Points 'a', 'b' and 'c' are inscribed on the image. Inscribed (beneath middle painting, in ink): (Hazy weather). Isd. Bonavista (d) S.S.W. [by?] W. [&?] (e) the N.W. point W. offshore 3 leags (r) reef. Points 'd', 'r' and 'e' are inscribed on the image. Inscribed (beneath lower painting, in ink) (Hazy weather) Isd. Mayo ([f?]) N.W b.W [&?] (g) the N. point N.W. [by?] N. off shore 2 leagues. Points '[f?]' and 'g' are inscribed on the image. This is a group of three paintings on one sheet.





National Library of Australia PIC/3312 LOC MS SR Held at MS 9433
10495 Mortimer, John Hamilton
1740-1779



British








Captain James Cook, Sir Joseph Banks, Lord Sandwich, Dr Daniel Solander and Dr John Hawkesworth



canvas 120 x 166 cm
painting



1771 ?




Previously attributed to Johann Zoffany; a plaque on reverse of frame gives the date 1771. From left to right, the sitters are: Dr Daniel Solander, Sir Joseph Banks, Captain James Cook, Dr John Hawkesworth, Lord Sandwich (sitters identified by National Library of Australia staff).





National Library of Australia PIC R10630 LOC FS 31
10497 Lee, Ann
1753-1790













Cermbyx Armillatus (by) Ann Lee



vellum 32.6 x 26 cm
painting



1772



Signed (lower right). The painting depicts a Europlocerus armillatus.





National Library of Australia PIC R4745 LOC 3582-G
10498 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Certhia Zeylonica (by) Sydney Parkinson



vellum 22.4 x 18 cm
painting



1767



Signed (bottom corner). Inscription continues (after title) with description from Systema Naturae by Carl von Linne. The painting depicts a Purple-rumped sunbird (Nectarina zeylonica)





National Library of Australia PIC R4735 LOC 3581-E
10499 Smirke, Robert
1752-1845



British








The Cession of the District of Matavai in the Island of Otahaite (i.e. Tahiti) to Capt. James Wilson for the use of the Missionaries sent thither by that Society in the Ship Duff



canvas 56.2 x 76.6 cm
painting



1799 ?




The cession of Matavai occurred on March 6, 1797; Smirke exhibited a painting of this subject at the Royal Academy in 1799. The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK21).





National Library of Australia PIC T283 Scr 1
10500 Le Moine, Rene Jean





French








Chateau de la Muette Fete de Ballons pour Glorifier Montgolfier, 1783



canvas 60.9 x 51 cm
painting



c. 1783










National Library of Australia PIC R3633 LOC Scr 8 Con527
10501 Lee, Ann
1753-1790













Convolvulus Soldanella (by) Anne Lee



vellum 41 x 29.6 cm
painting



1772



Signed (lower left).





National Library of Australia PIC R4744 LOC 3582-F
10502 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Coracias Indica, Linne (by) Sydney Parkinson



vellum 26 x 32.5 cm
painting



1768



Signed (lower right). The painting depicts an Indian roller (Coracias benghalemsis).





National Library of Australia PIC R4726 LOC 3587
10503 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Cotton-eared Marmoset (Callithrix Jacchus) Sydney Parkinson Pinxt



vellum 32.4 x 26 cm
painting



1767










National Library of Australia PIC R4729 LOC 3590
10504 Carter, George
1737-1795



British








Death of Captain Cook (by) G. Carter



canvas 151.2 x 213.4 cm
painting



1781




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2).





National Library of Australia PIC T266 LOC FS 36
10505 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








A Deer of Princes Island, Sunda Strait



ink and wash 29.8 x 47.1 cm
painting



1780




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/K). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T434 NK52/K LOC1290
10506 Whitcombe, Thomas
1763-1824



British








Departure of the Whaler Britannia from Sydney Cove, 1798 (by) T. Whitcombe



canvas 82 x 122.5 cm
painting



1798




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK7).





National Library of Australia PIC T271 NK7 LOC FS 31
10507 Cleveley, John
c. 1745-1786



British








Discovery and Resolution at an Island in the Pacific, 1777



canvas 68.5 x 122.1 cm
painting



1780




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK812).





National Library of Australia PIC T349 LOC FS4
10508 Lee, Ann
1753-1790








after



Emberiza Citrinella



gouache 37.5 x 27.5 cm
painting



1772 ?




After Sydney Parkinson. The painting depicts a Yellow bunting or Yellowhammer.





National Library of Australia PIC R4743 LOC 3582-E
10509 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Emberiza Citrinella Sydney Parkinson Pinxit



vellum 52 x 26.2 cm
painting



1767



Signed (lower right). Inscription continues (after title) with description from Systema Naturae by Carl von Linne. The painting depicts a Yellow bunting or Yellowhammer.





National Library of Australia PIC R4732 LOC 3581-B
10510 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Goliath Beetle Sydney Parkinson Pinxit



vellum 32 x 25.5 cm
painting



1767



Signed (lower right, in pencil).





National Library of Australia PIC R4720 LOC 3581
10511 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Greater Coucal (Centropus Sinensis)



vellum 25.6 x 37.5 cm
painting



1767










National Gallery of Victoria PIC R4742 LOC 3582-D
10512 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Inside of a Winter Habitation in Kamchatka



watercolour 35.7 x 49.8 cm
watercolour



1779




The title is from a published engraving. The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/G). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T430 NK52/G LOC1287
10513 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Iris Tuberosa Corrollis Imberbibus, Folus Tetragonis (by) Sydney Parkinson



vellum 36 x 23.5 cm
painting



1767



Inscription continues (after title) with description from Systema Naturae by Carl von Linne.





National Library of Australia PIC R4736 LOC 3581-F
10514 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Kamschatka (i.e. Kamchatka) Winter Habitation



ink and wash 32.5 x 49 cm
painting



1780




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/H). it was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T431 NK52/H LOC1288
10515 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Loxia Cana Sidney Parkinson Pinxit



vellum 32.3 x 26 cm
painting



1767



Signed (bottom corner). Inscription continues (after title) with description from Systema Naturae by Carl von Linne. The painting probably depicts a Plumbeous seedeater (Sporophlia plumbea).





National Library of Australia PIC R4728 LOC 3589
10516 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Loxia Coccothraustes Peint d'apres Nature par S. Parkinson



vellum 32.3 x 25.7 cm
painting



1767 ?



Signed (lower right). Inscription continues (after title) with description from Systema Naturae by Carl von Linne. The painting depicts a Hawfinch (Coccothraustes coccothraustes).





National Library of Australia PIC R4721 LOC 3582
10517 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Loxia Pyrrhula Sidney Parkinson Pinxit



paper 32.5 x 25.8 cm
painting



1767



Signed (lower left). Inscription continues (after title) with description from Systema Naturae by Carl von Linne.





National Library of Australia PIC R4731 LOC 3581-B
10518 Ozanne, Nicolas
b. c. 1724



French








Massacre de M.M. de Langle, Lamanon et de Dix Autres Individus des Deux Equipages Voyage de la Perouse



canvas 63.8 x 89.1 cm
painting



c. 1790




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2173). Kivell's title is An Attack by Natives on Capt. Wallis's Boats.





National Library of Australia PIC T377 LOC Scr 7
10519 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








The Melancholy Loss of H.M.S. Sirius off Norfolk Island March 19th 1790 (by) Geo. Raper



paper 18 x 22.7 cm
painting



1790



Inscribed (lower right, in ink): Taken from the flagstaff on the beach by Geo. Raper A painting depicting the shipwreck of the Sirius, shown with its masts and sails failing. Behind the Sirius is the stern of the Supply. On the left Sydney Bay, Turtle Cove and Nepean island. On the right are the flag and the flagpole.





National Library of Australia PIC/3312 LOC MS SR Held at MS 9433
10520 Le Moine, Rene Jean





French








Montgolfier Balloon Ascent in the Bois de Boulogne, 1783



steel sheet 60.9 x 51 cm
painting



c. 1783










National Library of Australia PIC R3634 LOC Scr 8 Con1738
10521 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Mouse-lemur (Microcebus Murinus) Madagascar



vellum 24.4 x 36 cm
painting



1767










National Library of Australia PIC R4722 LOC 3583
10523 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Parus Ater, Linne Sidney Parkinson Pinxit. ad Vivam



vellum 22.3 x 17.8 cm
painting



1767 ?



Signed (lower right).





National Library of Australia PIC R4724 LOC 3585
10524 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Parus Sidney Parkinson Pinxt



vellum 31.6 x 26 cm
painting



1767



Signed (lower right). Inscription continues (after title) with description from Systema Naturae by Carl von Linne.





National Library of Australia PIC R4727 LOC 3588
10525 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Pompadour Green Pigeon



vellum 37.8 x 26.7 cm
painting



1767 ?










National Library of Australia PIC R4723 LOC 3584
10526 Hazelhurst, Thomas





British








Portrait of an Eighteenth-century British Naval Lieutenant



canvas lined on composition board 85.2 x 61 cm
painting



c. 1782










National Library of Australia PIC R3981 LOC FS 3
10527 Hazelhurst, Thomas





British








Portrait of an Eighteenth-century Lady



canvas on composition board 85.5 x 61 cm
painting



c. 1782










National Library of Australia PIC R3982 LOC Scr 59 Con1166
10528 British School (18th century)





British








Portrait of Captain James Cook, R.N.



canvas 55 x 43 cm
painting



c. 1770




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK106).





National Library of Australia PIC T293. NK106. Scr 2 Con 1724
10529 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Portrait of Captain James King, Commander of Discovery during Cook's Third Voyage (by) J. Webber Del.



canvas 60.9 x 50.8 cm
painting



1782










National Library of Australia PIC R3631 LOC SCR 58
10530 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Portrait of Captain John Gore Jn. Webber Pinx.



canvas 42.8 x 31.8 cm
painting



1780




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK3680).





National Library of Australia PIC T420 LOC Sc 54
10531 Ramsay, Allan
1713-1784



British








Portrait of Captain Ward



canvas 128.9 x 101.9 cm
painting



c. 1760




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK6773).





National Library of Australia PIC T501. NK6773. Scr 17 Con 1750
10532 Devis, Arthur William
1763-1822



British








Portrait of Captain Wilson of Antelope



canvas 74 x 60.8 cm
painting



c. 1782




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK5375).





National Library of Australia PIC T418 NK5375 LOC SCR 1
10533 Beechey, William
1753-1839



British








Portrait of George Barrington



canvas 77 x 63.3 cm
painting



c. 1785




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK13).





National Library of Australia PIC T275 NK13 LOC Scr 11
10534 Reynolds, Joshua
1723-1792



British








Portrait of James King, Dean of Raphoe, Ireland



canvas 76 x 64.1 cm
painting



1782










National Library of Australia PIC R3632 LOC Scr 7 Con1737
10535 Stubble, Henry
fl. 1785-1791



British








Portrait of Mrs. Betty Wallis, Wife of Samuel Wallis



watercolour and pencil 13.6 x 10.5 cm (oval)
drawing



c. 1780



Inscribed (reverse): Mrs. Wallis by Henry Stubble.





National Library of Australia PIC R10686 LOC Miniatures drawer
10536 Stubble, Henry
fl. 1785-1791



British








Portrait of Samuel Wallis



watercolour and pencil 13.6 x 11 cm (oval)
drawing



c. 1785



Inscribed (reverse): Commissioner Wallis by Stubble.





National Library of Australia PIC R10685 LOC OPD 20
10537 British School (18th or 19th century)





British








Portrait of Sir George Jackson



ivory in metal mounts with glass 6.9 x 5.7 cm (oval)
painting



1743



Inscribed (reverse): Sir George Jackson, 1st Bart, Secretary to the Admiralty, Judge Advocate to the Fleet, (cont.) born 1709, died 1798 (erroneous information on the date of birth and death). Miniature watercolour on ivory, after Richard Cosway, mounted in a silver gilt frame with Split-pearl boarder.





National Library of Australia PIC/9072 LOC Pic Obj Drawer 12
10539 French School (18th century)





French








Portrait of the Abbe Prevost



canvas 92 x 71 cm
painting



c. 1750




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK11020).





National Library of Australia PIC T2201 NK11020 LOC Scr (cont.) 71 Con 1873
10540 British School (18th century)





British








Ramifications of a Banian Tree Originally Sketched from Nature in 1778 (also known as Ramifications of a Banyan Tree)



paper 19.6 x 29.8 cm
painting



1778



Inscribed (beneath image, in ink): Ramification of a banian tree, originally sketched from nature in 1778 The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK10462).





National Library of Australia PIC T2507 NK10462 LOC Drawer 3476
10541 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Sea Otter



ink and wash 20 x 26.5 cm
painting



c. 1778




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/A). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T424 NK52/A LOC1281
10542 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Sitta Europoea



vellum 32.5 x 26 cm
painting



1767



Inscription continues (after title) with description from Systema Naturae by Carl von Linne.





National Library of Australia PIC R4733 LOC 3581-C
10543 Hodges, William
1744-1797



British








Two Head Studies of South Sea Islanders (by) Hodges, R.A.



sail cloth 10.7 x 14 cm
painting



c. 1773




The title is from a reproduction. The painting was executed on Cook's second voyage, 1773-1775.





National Library of Australia PIC R141 LOC drawer 654
10544 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Two Stranded Men Climbing a Rock in a Seascape (by) Philip James de Loutherbourg



watercolour 11.5 x 18.3 cm
painting



1755




The title is from an auction catalogue (Christies, July 1973).





National Library of Australia PIC/9915 LOC OPD 1
10545 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Van Diemans Land, New Holland; The Land about Botany Bay; Entrance of Port Jackson when Close Under the South Head (by) Geo. Raper



ink and watercolour on paper 23.2 x 18.5 cm (sheet)
painting



1791



Signed (lower right corner, in ink): Geo. Raper 1791; Inscribed (beneath top image, in ink) Van Diemans (cont.) Land, (cont.) New Holland (1) the Mew Stone N.b E. (p) Peak'd Hill N.E. b N (t) Tasmans Head open with the S.E. Cape N.E.b E.; Inscribed (beneath image, in ink) The land about Botany Bay the Entrance N. b W. 3 leagues; Inscribed (beneath image, in ink) Entrance of Port Jackson when close under the South Head. The points '1', 'p' and 't' are inscribed on the painting. This is a group of three paintings on one sheet. The top painting depicts the shore and mountainous skyline of the south coast of Tasmania. Far left is South West Cape, mid-left the islands of the Maatsuyker Group and the Mewstone. The mountain centre background is Precipitous Bluff, in front Prion Bay, and New River Lagoon. The 'peake'd hill', marked 'p', is Pindars Peak. The middle painting depicts a coastal profile of Botany Bay. The lower painting depicts the entrance to Port Jackson from the (cont.) South Head. A watermark reads 'LVG' (?) and depicts a Fleur-de-lis device.





National Library of Australia PIC/3312 LOC MS SR Held at MS 9433
10546 Hodges, William
1744-1797



British








View from Point Venus, Island of Otaheite (i.e. Tahiti)



canvas 29.2 x 39.4 cm
painting



c. 1774




The painting was probably executed on Cook's second voyage, 1772-1775.
There is a similar painting in the National Maritime Museum, London.



National Library of Australia PIC R8849 LOC SCR 58
10547 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








View in Ulietea (by) J. Webber



canvas 43.4 x 61 cm
painting



1786




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK5929).





National Library of Australia PIC T417 LOC Scr 22
10548 Cleveley, Robert
1747-1809



British








View of Moorea, Friendly Islands, South Seas, 1777, Ships Resolution and Discovery



canvas 50 x 61 cm
painting



1780




Tentatively attributed to Robert Cleveley, brother of John Cleveley (1747-1786), by Rex Nan Kivell. The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2059).





National Library of Australia PIC T490. NK2059. LOC SCR 8
10549 Brett, Peircy





British








A View of the Commodore's Tent at the Island of Juan Fernandes, 1746



canvas 50.8 x 76.3 cm
painting



1746




The painting is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK5070). Kivell's title is Shore Encampment of Officers from Two Ships, Eighteenth Century, Anson's Voyage?





National Library of Australia PIC T419 NK5070 Scr 3 Con1726
10550 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Native Rose (Boronia Serrulata)



watercolour 23 x 18.3 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (lower centre, in pencil): 18; (verso, in pencil) 54 Attributed to George Raper by National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/52 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10551 British School (18th century)





British








The Natives of Otaheite (i.e. Tahiti) Attacking Captain Wallis, the First Discoverer of that Island



watercolour 33 x 41 cm
watercolour



c. 1767




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK147). It was executed during voyages in Dolphin 1766-1768.





National Library of Australia PIC T2786 NK147 LOC1271-E
10552 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








Natives Under Rock in Bad Weather



watercolour 8.1 x 13 cm
watercolour



c. 1797




After a drawing by William Alexander based on a sketch by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R292 LOC BOX A28
10553 Lewin, J. W. (John William)
1770-1819



British








New Holland Honeyeater (Phylidonyris Novaehollandiae) and Sour Currant Bush (Leptomeria Acida)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790




Attributed to J. W. Lewin by National Gallery of Australia staff; previously attributed to John Hunter. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/84).





National Library of Australia PIC T1240 NK2039/84 LOC MS (cont.)SR Cabinet 3/4
10554 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








A Night Scene in the Neighbourhood of Sydney



watercolour 17.5 x 24.6 cm
watercolour



c. 1797




From a drawing by William Alexander based on a sketch by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R293 LOC BOX A28
10555 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Noisy Friarbird (Philemon Corniculatus) and Dusky Coral Pea (Kennedia Rubicunda)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 11; Wirgane; 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 21 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/21).





National Library of Australia PIC T1177 NK2039/21 LOC MS SR
10556 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Noisy Friarbird (Philemon Corniculatus)



watercolour 49 x 29.8 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 7 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing also depicts a Dusty Coral Pea (Kennedia rubicunda). It is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'I Taylor',





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/13 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10557 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Noisy Miner (Manorina Melanocephala)



watercolour 32.1 x 20.4 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 13 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. The plant on the left of the drawing is a Glossodia major (wax-lip orchid); the perch on the right is unidentifiable. A watermark reads 'C & J Honig'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/25 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10558 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Nootka or King G. Sound



watercolour 31 x 19 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 36 ; (centre right) Middle size. After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R154 LOC Box A67
10559 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








North View of Sydney Cove, Taken from the End of Pitt's Row



watercolour 17.7 x 24.4 cm
watercolour



c. 1797




Probably after a drawing by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R283 LOC BOX A28
10561 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Obereyau (i.e. Oberea) Enchantress



watercolour 32.2 x 20.2 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 2 After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R143 LOC Box A67
10562 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Opossum, New So(uth) Wales



watercolour 15.2 x 24.4 cm
watercolour



1780




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/1).





National Library of Australia PIC T432 NK52/1 LOC1291
10563 Hodges, William
1744-1797



British








Otaheite (also known as Toupapau in Tahiti)



watercolour 37.5 x 54.5 cm
watercolour



c. 1773




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK6575).





National Library of Australia PIC T1922 NK6575 LOC Box C21
10564 Tobin, George
1768-1838



British








Otahytey, (i.e. Tahiti) part of Matavai S W Highland of Oorooymah (Ooti Hoins) from Anchor in the Bay (by) George Tobin



watercolour 21.5 x 43.2 cm
watercolour



1792




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK4065/E).





National Library of Australia PIC T1910 NK4065/E LOC1206
10565 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Otoo, King of Otahaite



watercolour 31.2 x 19.2 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (lower right): No. 4. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R144 LOC Box A68
10566 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








Outside of the Huts at Unalaschka (i.e. Unalaska) NW. of America W. Ellis Fect.



watercolour and ink 24.8 x 33.6 cm
drawing



1778




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/M). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T215 NK53/M LOC Box A41
10567 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Owlet-nightjar (Aegotheles Cristatus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: Po-buck; No. 10 ; 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 19 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/19).





National Library of Australia PIC T1175 NK2039/19 LOC MS SR
10568 Devis, Arthur William
1763-1822



British








Pacific Island Beach Scene, Showing Fishing



watercolour 25.2 x 19 cm
watercolour



1783 ?




Attributed to Devis by Rudiger Joppien and Bernard Smith in The Art of Captain Cook's Voyages, volume three. Devis accompanied Captain Henry Wilson in his voyage on the Antelope in 1783. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/R).





National Library of Australia PIC T441 NK52/R LOC1298
10569 Devis, Arthur William
1763-1822



British








Pacific Island Scene



watercolour 24.3 x 31.6 cm
watercolour



1783 ?




Attributed to Devis by Rudiger Joppien and Bernard Smith in The Art of Captain Cook's Voyages, volume three. Devis accompanied Captain Henry Wilson in his voyage on the Antelope in 1783. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/P).





National Library of Australia PIC T439 NK52/P LOC1296
10570 Devis, Arthur William
1763-1822



British








Pacific Island Scene Showing Ornamented Shelter



watercolour 25.4 x 19.5 cm
watercolour



1783 ?




Attributed to Devis by Rudiger Joppien and Bernard Smith in The Art of Captain Cook's Voyages, volume three. Devis accompanied Captain Henry Wilson in his voyage on the Antelope in 1783. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/Q).





National Library of Australia PIC T440 NK52/Q LOC1297
10571 British School (18th century)





British








Pallid Cuckoo



watercolour 16.5 x 15.9 cm
watercolour



c. 1795



Inscribed (lower left to lower right): Half the natural size, painted immediatly from nature.





National Library of Australia PIC R9729 LOC 8979
10572 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Papilionaceae, probably Pultenaea



watercolour 23 x 18.1 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 48 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/46 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10573 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








Parramatta River with a Distant View of the Western Mountains, Taken from Windmill Hill, Sydney



watercolour 18.5 x 25.5 cm
watercolour



c. 1797




Probably from a drawing by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R288 LOC BOX A28
10574 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Parrot of Norfolk Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 1; (lower right) 1/4 of the natl. size The watercolour is No. 75 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Norfolk Island kaka (Nestor productus) and a Kangaroo apple (Solanum aviculare), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/75).





National Library of Australia PIC T1231 NK2039/75 LOC MS SR
10575 Tobin, George
1768-1838



British








Part of Matavai from Anchor in Matavia Bay (by) George Tobin



watercolour 30.7 x 43.7 cm
watercolour



1792




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK4065/B).





National Library of Australia PIC T1907 NK4065/B LOC1203
10576 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Pelargonium, probably Pelargonium Australe



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 30 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It appears to depict a composite of two plants, and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/30).





National Library of Australia PIC T1186 NK2039/30 LOC MS SR
10577 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Pennantian Parrot



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




The subject of the watercolour has been identified by Jamie Matthews of the CSIRO Australian Bird Collection as a Crimson Rosella (Platycerus elegans). It is one of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White.





National Library of Australia PIC R11201 LOC 6641-6650
10578 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Pigeon, Lord Howe Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 10; (lower right) 1/6 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 95 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a White-throated pigeon (Columba vitiensis), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/95).





National Library of Australia PIC T1251 NK2039/95 LOC MS SR
10579 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Pigeon of Norfolk Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 2; (lower right) 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 77 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a New Zealand (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae) and a Coast morning glory (Ipomoea brasiliensis, and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/77).





National Library of Australia PIC T1233 NK2039/77 LOC MS SR
10580 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Pink Bells (Tetratheca Juncea) and Senecio Moth or Magpie Moth (Nyctemera Amica)



watercolour 23.2 x 18.3 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 44 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. The moth has been identified by E. D. Edwards, November 2005. A watermark reads 'WS'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/6 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10581 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Pink Bells (Tetratheca Juncea)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 10 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/10).





National Library of Australia PIC T1166 NK2039/10 LOC MS SR
10582 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Pink Fingers (Caladenia Carnea) and Viola Hederacea



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 6 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/6).





National Library of Australia PIC T1162 NK2039/6 LOC MS SR
10583 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Pink Five Corners (Styphelia Triflora)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 18 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/18).





National Library of Australia PIC T1174 NK2039/18 LOC MS SR
10584 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Pink Tea Tree (Leptospermum, possibly Leptospermum Squarrosum)



watercolour 23 x 18.4 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 53 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/51 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10585 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Pinnate Boronia (Boronia Pinnata)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 50 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/50).





National Library of Australia PIC T1206 NK2039/50 LOC MS SR
10587 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Plantain Tree, in the Island of Cracatoa (i.e. Krakatoa) (by) Webber



watercolour 41.6 x 35.8 cm
watercolour



1780




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/0). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T438 NK52/0 LOC1295
10588 Tobin, George
1768-1838



British








Point Venus, Island of Otaheite (i.e. Tahiti) (by) G.T.



watercolour 15.1 x 24.1 cm
watercolour



1792




The watercolour is accompanied by a sheet of notes by the artist, It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK4066).





National Library of Australia PIC T1912 NK4066 LOC1208
10589 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Porpoise



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 10 The watercolour is No. 73 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Common dolphin (Delphinus delphis), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/73).





National Library of Australia PIC T1229 NK2039/73 LOC MS SR
10591 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








The Present Woman of Oteheite (i.e. Otaheite)



watercolour 31.7 x 19.7 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 9. After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R147 LOC Box A67
10592 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Principal Settlement on Norfolk island



watercolour 23.8 x 33.8 cm
watercolour



1790



Inscription continues (after title) with NB The blue flag with a yellow cross is the signal hoisted when the (cont.) landing is very good. Previously attributed to William Bradley.





National Library of Australia PIC R247 LOC Box B13
10593 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Prophet's Dress



watercolour 22 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1785 ?



Inscribed (upper right): 46. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R10283 LOC Box A67
10594 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Pungent Chaetedon (i.e. Chaetodon); Granulated Balistes



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White.





National Library of Australia PIC R11205 LOC 6641-6650
10595 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Purple Donkey-orchid (Diuris Punctata)



watercolour 23.6 x 18.8 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 35 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown, shield with horn and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/35 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10596 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Pyramid Flower (Comesperma Ericinum)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 46 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/46).





National Library of Australia PIC T1202 NK2039/46 LOC MS SR
10597 British School (18th century)





British








Rainbow Lorikeet



watercolour 16.5 x 16.6 cm
watercolour



c. 1795



Inscription (lower left to lower right): One 3rd natural size, painted immediately from nature.





National Library of Australia PIC R9722 LOC 8972
10598 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Rainbow Lorikeet (Trichoglossus Haematodus)




22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 26; Gorail;1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 51 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/51).





National Library of Australia PIC T1207 NK2039/51 LOC MS SR
10599 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Red-browed Finch (Neochmia Temporalis)



watercolour 32 x 20.1 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (below image, centre, in pencil): X; (verso, in pencil) 15 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. It depicts a Wonga wonga vine (Pandorea pandorana) for the perch. A watermark reads 'C & J Honig' (Dutch paper).





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/26 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10600 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Red Five Corners (Styphelia Tubiflora)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 24 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/24).





National Library of Australia PIC T1180 NK2039/24 LOC MS SR
10601 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Red-shouldered Parroquet (also known as Swift Parrot, Latham Discolor)



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




The subject of the watercolour has been identified by Jamie Matthew of the CSIRO Australian Bird Collection as a Swift Parrot, Latham discolor (Australian). One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White.





National Library of Australia PIC R11204 LOC 6641-6650
10602 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Red Spider Flower (Grevillea, possibly Grevillea Speciosa (Knight) or Oleoides)



watercolour 23.7 x 18.8 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 38 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown, shield with horn and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/38 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10603 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Red Spider Flower (Grevillea Speciosa)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 16 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/16).





National Library of Australia PIC T1172 NK2039/16 LOC MS SR
10604 Lewin, J. W. (John William)
1770-1819



British



attributed to



Red-whiskered Bulbul (Pycnonotus Jocosus)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?




Possibly the work of J. W. Lewin; previously attributed to John Hunter. The watercolour is No. 80 in Hunter's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/80).





National Library of Australia PIC T1236 NK2039/80 LOC MS (cont.) SR Cabinet 3/4
10605 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Restless Flycatcher



watercolour 24.2 x 20.1 cm
watercolour



1796



Inscribed (lower right): New South Wales 1796. Attributed to John Hunter by Rex Nan Kivell. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK1726).





National Library of Australia PIC T2304 NK1726 LOC 6345
10606 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Ribbon Lizard; Broad-tailed Lizard



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White.





National Library of Australia PIC R11208 LOC 6641-6650
10607 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Robin, Ground Bird, Norfolk island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 3 The watercolour is No. 79 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Scarlet robin (Petroica multicolor), a Buff-banded rail (Gallirallus philippensis) and a Norfolk Island palm (Rhopalostylis baueri), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/79).





National Library of Australia PIC T1235 NK2039/79 LOC MS SR
10608 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








A Rock and a Distant View in King George's Sound, NW. of America W. Ellis Fect.



watercolour and ink 27.8 x 23.8 cm
drawing



1778




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/G). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T209 NK53/G LOC Box A41
10609 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Rock Lily (Dendrobium Speciosum)



watercolour 48.9 x 29.3 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (centre left, in pencil): Can-no; (verso, in pencil) K; (verso, in pencil) 25 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a Fleur de Lys Shield and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/22 LOC Box 5 MS SR WS 2
10610 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Rock Lily (Dendrobium Speciosum)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed (bottom corner): Can-no. The watercolour is No. 63 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/63).





National Library of Australia PIC T1219 NK2039/63 LOC MS SR
10611 British School (18th century)





British








Rose-coloured Ouzel



watercolour 10.1 x 14.7 cm
watercolour



1790




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK11753/1).





National Library of Australia PIC T2836 NK 11753/1 LOC 6356
10612 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Rufous Night Heron (Nycticorax Caledonicus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: no. 5; Collinah; 1/5 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 9 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/9).





National Library of Australia PIC T1165 NK2039/9 LOC MS SR
10613 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








A Russian Hut, in the Harbour of St. Peter and St. Paul, Kamtschatska (i.e. Kamchatka) W. Ellis Fect.



watercolour and ink 22.6 x 30.8 cm
drawing



1779




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/D). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T206 NK53/D LOC Box A41
10614 British School (18th century)





British








Sacred Kingfisher



watercolour 16.5 x 15.9 cm
watercolour



c. 1795



Inscribed (lower left to lower right): One 3rd of the natural size, painted from nature.





National Library of Australia PIC R9727 LOC 8977
10615 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Sacred Kingfisher (Todiramphus Sanctus)



watercolour 34.3 x 20.4 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (below image, in pencil):Warreame; (verso, in pencil) 14 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'I. Portal.'





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/1 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10616 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Sacred Kingfisher (Todiramphus Sanctus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: Dere-a-mak; 1/2 less natl. size The watercolour is No. 1 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/1).





National Library of Australia PIC T1157 NK2039/1 LOC MS SR
10617 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Salt Water Eel, Norfolk Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 5; (lower right) Natl. size. The watercolour is No. 68 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Banded snake-eel (Elopsopis cyclorhinus), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/68).





National Library of Australia PIC T1224 NK2039/68 LOC MS SR
10620 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








A Scene by Moonlight



watercolour 8.3 x 13.2 cm
watercolour



c. 1797




From a drawing by William Alexander after a sketch by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R291 LOC BOX A28
10621 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Scented Milk Vine (Marsdenia Suaveolens)



watercolour 23.6 x 18.8 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 40 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown shield with horn and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/40 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10622 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Scurvy Weed (Commelina Cyanea)



watercolour 23.1 x 17.8 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 37 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. No watermark visible (laid paper).





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/37 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10623 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Secretary Bird (Sagittarius Serpentarius)



watercolour 35.1 x 23.7 cm
drawing



1787 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 23 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is presumed to have been executed by Raper on any one of three visits to South Africa between 1787 and 1792. It is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/55 LOC Box 5 MS SR WS 2
10624 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Shark



watercolour 2.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 71 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts an Elephant fish (Callorhinchus milii), and is part of the Library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/71).





National Library of Australia PIC T1227 NK2039/71 LOC MS SR
10626 Westcott, G. B. (George Blagdon)
1745 ?-1788



British








Ships in Port



watercolour 23.5 x 35 cm
watercolour



1786



Signed (lower right). The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK10012/3).





National Library of Australia PIC T2482 NK10012/3 LOC 6964
10627 Atkins, Samuel
fl. 1787-1808



British








Ships in the Thames



watercolour 11.1 x 16.5 cm
watercolour



1790 ?




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK10012/2).





National Library of Australia PIC T2672 NK10012/2 LOC 3842
10628 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Showy Boronia (Boronia Ledifolia)



watercolour 32 x 20.1 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (lower centre, in pencil): 00 (?); (verso, in pencil) #26 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a Britannia Crown oval.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/14 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10629 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Showy Boronia (Boronia Ledifolia)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 22 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/22).





National Library of Australia PIC T1178 NK2039/22 LOC MS SR
10631 Watling, Thomas
b. 1762



British








Skink (by) Thomas Watling



watercolour 17.8 x 27.6 cm
watercolour



c. 1795



Inscribed (lower left): Almost the natural size.





National Library of Australia PIC R9595 LOC 7082-A
10632 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Slender Violet (Hybanthus Monopetalus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 48 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/48).





National Library of Australia PIC T1204 NK2039/48 LOC MS SR
10633 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Small Crowea (Crowea Exalata)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 34 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/34)..





National Library of Australia PIC T1190 NK2039/34 LOC MS SR
10634 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Small Fish, Norfolk Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 6; (lower right) Natl. size The watercolour is No. 69 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Common bannerfish (Heniochus acuminatus), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/69).





National Library of Australia PIC T1225 NK2039/69 LOC MS SR
10635 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Small Fish of Norfolk Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 4; (lower right) 1/2 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 67 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Yellow-green wrasse (Thalassoma lutescens) and a Sandager's wrasse (Coris sandageri), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/67).





National Library of Australia PIC T1223 NK2039/67 LOC MS SR
10637 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Small Fish, Port Jackson



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed (upper right): No. 7; (upper left) Natl. size. The watercolour is No. 70 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts an Old wife (Enoplosus armatus) and a Four-lined trumpeter perch (Pelates quadrilineatus), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/70).





National Library of Australia PIC T1226 NK2039/70 LOC MS SR
10638 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Smooth Spider-bush (Clerodendrum Floribundum)



watercolour 23.6 x 18.8 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 51 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown, shield with horn and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/49 LOC Box 4 MS Sr WS 2
10639 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Snake; Muricated Lizard



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White.





National Library of Australia PIC R11207 LOC 6641-6650
10640 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Snapper (Chrysophrys Auratus)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 2; Wo-lo-my; 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 65 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/65).





National Library of Australia PIC T1221 NK2039/65 LOC MS SR
10641 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Snapper of Norfolk Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscirbed (upper right): No. 3; (lower right) 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour depicts a Sweetlip emperor (Lethrinus chrysostomus). It is No. 66 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90, and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/66).





National Library of Australia PIC T1222 NK2039/66 LOC MS SR
10642 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Sooty Tern (Sterna Fuscata)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed: No. 6; Norfolk Island; 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 85 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/85).





National Library of Australia PIC T1241 NK2039/85 LOC MS SR
10643 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








A South East View in Sydney, Extending from the Old to New Barracks Including Church, Pitt and Spring Rows



watercolour 17.8 x 24.5 cm
watercolour



1797




Probably from a drawing by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R285 LOC BOX A28
10645 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








South View of the Town of Sydney taken from the Brow of the Hill Leading to the Flagstaff, 1797



watercolour 17.5 x 24.2 cm
watercolour



1797




Probably after a drawing by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R287 LOC BOX A28
10646 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Southern Emu-wren (Stipiturus Malachurus) and Beautiful Firetail (Emblema Bella)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 16; 2/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 31 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/31).





National Library of Australia PIC T1187 NK2039/31 LOC MS SR
10647 Catton, Charles
1756-1819



British








Spotted Tapoa Tafa



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




Attributed to Charles Catton by Bernard Smith. One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White. The subject of the watercolour has been identified as the Marsupial cat (Dasyurus quoll).





National Library of Australia PIC R11209 LOC 6641-6650
10648 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Sulpher-crested Cockatoo (Cacatua Galerita)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 19; Gar-a-way; 1/6 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 37 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/37).





National Library of Australia PIC T1193 NK2039/37 LOC MS SR
10649 British School (18th century)





British








Sulpher Crested or White Cockatoo



watercolour 21.5 x 16.5 cm (s.m.)
watercolour



c. 1795



Inscribed (lower left to lower right): One 5th of the natural size, painted immediately from nature.





National Library of Australia PIC R9730 LOC 8980
10650 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Superb Fairy Wren (Malurus Cyaneus) and Variegated Fairy Wren (Malurus Lamberti)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 14; Mooro-duin; 2/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 27 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/27).





National Library of Australia PIC T1183 NK2039/27 LOC MS SR
10651 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Superb Warbler



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White. The subject of the watercolour has been identified as a Blue wren (Malurus cyaneus).





National Library of Australia
10652 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Swamp Lily (Crinum Pedunculatum)



watercolour 48.4 x 29.9 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (upper right, against flower, in pencil): Natural size; (centre right, against seeds, in pencil) (cont.) seed - Natural size Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing depicts detail of the flower and seeds above the image of the whole plant. It is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a Fleur de Lys, shield and scroll W.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/27 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10653 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Swift Parrot (Lathamus Discolor) and Yellow Pittosporum (Pittosporum Revolutum)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 22; Gorail; 1/2 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 43 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/43).





National Library of Australia PIC T1199 NK2039/43 LOC MS SR
10654 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Swift Parrot (Lathamus Discolor)



watercolour 47.3 x 28.5 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 4 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing depicts a Yellow Pittosporum (Pittosporum revolutum) for the perch; a Daisy, probably a Brachycome (Augustifolia) on the lower left; a Pelargonium, probably a Pelargonium australe on the lower centre; a Papillionacae, probably a Gompholobium species (Grandiflorum). It is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown, shield with horn and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/19 LOC Box 5 MS SR Ws 2
10655 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Tabuan Parrot (also known as King Parrot, Alisterus Chloroplerus)



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




The subject of the watercolour has been identified by Jamie Matthews of the CSIRO Australia Bird Collection as a King Parrot. One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White.





National Library of Australia PIC R11198 LOC 6641-6650
10656 British School (18th century)





British








Tahitians Presenting Fruits to Bougainville Officers



pencil and watercolour 9.2 x 6.9 cm
drawing



1768 ?



Inscribed (on mount): Bougainville. The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK5066).





National Library of Australia PIC T2996 NK5066 LOC7321
10657 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Tea Tree (Leptospermum)



watercolour 24.5 x 19.4 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 49 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Portal'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/47 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10658 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Toha, Chief of Otahaite, Oedidee



watercolour 30.8 x 18.8 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 6. After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R146 LOC Box A67
10659 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Toha



watercolour 32.3 x 20 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 1. A costume design for the pantomime Omai. After a sketch by William Hodges.





National Library of Australia PIC R142 LOC Box A68
10660 Hodges, William
1744-1797



British








Tongatabu or Amsterdam



watercolour 37.5 x 54.5 cm
watercolour



1773




The watercolour was executed on Cook's second voyage, 1772-1775. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK143).





National Library of Australia PIC T1924 NK143 LOC Box C21
10661 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Tropic Bird, Norfolk Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 4; (lower right) 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 81 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Red-tailed tropicbird (Phaethon rubricauda), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (Nk2039/81).





National Library of Australia PIC T1237 NK2039/81 LOC MS SR
10662 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








A Tschutzki Woman



watercolour 30 x 18.7 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 30; (lower right) Short. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R152 LOC Box A67
10663 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Twisted Parrot Pea ? (Papilionaceae, possibly Pultenaea)



watercolour 32.2 x 20 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (upper centre, in pencil): Talgal; (verso, in pencil) 25 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing also depicts an unidentified moth, and is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First fleet Art. A watermark reads 'WK'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/9 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10664 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Twisted Pea Flower (Dillwynia Retorta)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 14 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (Nk2039/14).





National Library of Australia PIC T1170 NK2039/14 LOC MS SR
10668 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Variable Bossiaea (Bossiaea Herterophylla)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 38 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (Nk2039/38).





National Library of Australia PIC T1194 NK2039/38 LOC MS SR
10669 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Variegated Fairy-wren (Malurus Lamberti)



watercolour 30 x 25.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (lower right, in pencil): O (or 0?); (verso, in pencil) 20 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing depicts a Grevillea, possibly Grevillea speciosa (Knight) or Grevillea oleoides, on the left; Styphelia triflora, possibly Styphelia laeta, on the right; the perch is unidentified. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'I Taylor'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/15 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10670 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








View in Avacha Bay, Kamchatka



watercolour and ink 32 x 46.3 cm
drawing



1779




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/I). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T211 NK53/I LOC Box B7
10671 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








View in King George's Sound, NW. Coast of America W. Ellis, Fect.



watercolour and ink 22.8 x 27.1 cm
drawing



1778




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/A). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T203 NK53/A LOC Box B7
10672 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








View in King George's Sound, on the North West Coast of America W. Ellis Fect.



watercolour and ink 22.8 x 27.1 cm
drawing



1778




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/B). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T204 NK53/B LOC Box A41
10673 Cleveley, John
c. 1745-1786



British








A View in Moorea



watercolour 34.6 x 57.2 cm
watercolour



1780 ?




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK4269).





National Library of Australia PIC T2811 NK4269 LOC 5081-E
10674 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








A View in Ship Cove



pen and watercolour 35.7 x 52.5 cm
drawing



1778




Attributed to William Ellis.





National Library of Australia PIC R7595 LOC7418-A
10675 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








View of a Singular Tree in King George's Sound, NW. Coast of America W. Ellis Delint. et Pinxt.



watercolour and ink 24.3 x 30.3 cm
drawing



1778




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/E). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T207 NK53/E LOC Box A41
10676 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








View of Adventure Bay, Van Diemen's Land, New Holland W. Ellis Fect. 1777



watercolour and ink 20 x 47.3 cm
drawing



1777



Signed (lower right). The drawing depicts the ships Resolution and Discovery at anchor in the bay.





National Library of Australia PIC R11282 LOC Box C16
10677 Dayot, Felix





British








A View of Chatam (i.e Chatham ?) Island Felix Dayot Fecit.



watercolour 20.8 x 32.6 cm
watercolour



1796




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK7018).





National Library of Australia PIC T3224 NK7018 LOC 6108
10678 Dixon, George
d. 1800 ?



British








A View of Hippa Island, Queen Charlottes Isles



watercolour 17.8 x 24.5 cm
watercolour



1788 ?




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK7402).





National Library of Australia PIC T2953 NK7402 LOC NK Shelves
10679 Cleveley, John
c. 1745-1786



British








A View of Matavai Bay



watercolour 50.7 x 69.8 cm
watercolour



1780 ?



Inscribed (bottom corner): Charlotte Sound N.Z. in the South Seas. (wrongly inscribed) The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2846).





National Library of Australia PIC T2809 NK2846 LOC 5083
10680 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








View of Ship Cove in King George's Sound on the North West Coast of America W. Ellis Fect.



watercolour and ink 32.7 x 47.5 cm
drawing



1778




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/J). it depicts the ships Resolution and Discovery anchored in the bay, and was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T212 NK53/J LOC Box B7
10681 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








A View of Snug Corner Cove



watercolour and ink 22 x 27.2 cm
drawing



1778



Inscribed (below image): Prince William's Sound, in Sandwich Sound, on the NW. Coast of America. The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/C). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T205 NK53/C LOC Box A41
10682 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








View of Snug Corner Harbour, Sandwich Sound, NW. Coast of America W. Ellis Fect.



watercolour and ink 25.4 x 33.5 cm
drawing



1778




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/K). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T213 NK53/K LOC Box A41
10683 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








View of Sydney on the South Side of Norfolk Island (by) E. Dayes



watercolour 17.3 x 24.6 cm
watercolour



c. 1797




Probably after a drawing by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R289 LOC Box A28
10685 Brewer, Henry
1739-1796



British








View of the Entrance into Port Jackson taken from a Boat Lying Under the North Head



watercolour 11.7 x 24.2 cm
watercolour



1790 ?




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (Nk205).





National Library of Australia PIC T1996 NK205 LOC 2141
10687 Bradley, William
c. 1757-1833



British








View of the Governor's House at Sydney in Port Jackson New South Wales Jan'y 1791 (by) W. Bradley



watercolour 21.6 x 36 cm
watercolour



1791










National Library of Australia PIC R9867 LOC 2146A
10688 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








View of the Huts at Tschutschi Noss, Asia W. Ellis Fect.



watercolour and ink 24.6 x 33.7 cm
drawing



1778




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/L). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T214 NK53/L LOC Box A41
10689 British School (18th century)





British








A View of the Island of Amsterdam, from the Spot where His Majesty's Ship Lion Anchored



watercolour 21 x 36.8 cm
watercolour



1793




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK4570).





National Library of Australia PIC T3223 NK4570 LOC 6102-A
10690 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








View of the Needles; Salvages; View of the Island Teneriffe (sic.) (by) Geo. Raper



ink and watercolour on paper 23.2 x 18.3 cm (sheet)
painting



1790



Signed (lower left corner, in ink): Geo. Raper 1790; Inscribed (beneath top image, in ink) View of the (cont.)Needles (a) the Needle Point E.N.E. (&?) (b) St. Catherines Point E b S., offshore 3 miles. Points 'a' and 'b' are inscribed on the painting. Inscribed (beneath centre images, in ink) S.36* 00 W 6 or 7 leagues distant - Salvages - S.48* 00 W. 4 Leag's distant . Inscribed (beneath lower image, in ink) View of the Island Teneriffe (sic.) the peak appearing above the clouds. N.W. offshore 4 leag's. This is a group of four paintings on one sheet. The top painting depicts the Needles. The middle painting depicts two views of the salvages from different positions. The lower painting depicts Teneriffe.





National Library of Australia PIC/3312 LOC MS SR Held at MS 9433
10691 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








View on the Island Oonalaska (i.e. Unalaska)



watercolour 35.7 x 52.8 cm
watercolour



1778




The watercolour is part of the Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK52/B). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T425 NK52/B LOC1282
10692 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








View up the Valley which goes from Matavai Bay, with the River, in the Island Otaheite (i.e. Tahiti) W. Ellis Fect.



watercolour 29.8 x 43 cm
watercolour



1777




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/O). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T217 NK53/O LOC Box B7
10693 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Wa-ra-ta (i.e. Waratah)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 62 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/62).





National Library of Australia PIC T1218 NK2039/62 LOC MS SR
10694 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Wa-ra-ta (i.e. Waratah) (Telopea Speciosissima)



watercolour 40 x 31.1 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (upper centre, in pencil): 26; (upper centre, in pencil) Wa-ra-ta; (verso, in pencil) 17 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'C & J Honig'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/21 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10695 Tobin, George
1768-1838



British








The Watering Place and Port of Matavai from Anchor in Matavai Bay (by) G. Tobin



watercolour 27.8 x 42.5 cm
watercolour



1792




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK4065/A).





National Library of Australia PIC T1906 NK4065/A LOC1202
10696 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Wedding Bush or Native Clematis (Ricinocarpos Pinifolius)



watercolour 23.2 x 18.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (lower centre, in pencil): 20; (verso, in pencil) 41 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'WS'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/7 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10697 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Wedding Bush (Ricinocarpos Pinifolius)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 12 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/12).





National Library of Australia PIC T1168 NK2039/12 LOC MS SR
10698 Tobin, George
1768-1838



British








The Western Head of Tarra and the District of Oparre, from Anchor in Matavai Bay, Otahytey (i.e. Tahiti) (by) George Tobin



watercolour 27.8 x 44.1 cm
watercolour



1792




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK4065/C).





National Library of Australia PIC T1908 NK4065/C LOC1204
10699 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








Western View of Sydney Cove, 1797



watercolour 17.7 x 24.4 cm
watercolour



1797




Probably after a drawing by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R284 LOC BOX A28
10700 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Westringia Eremicola



watercolour 23.1 x 18.1 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 28 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. a watermark reads 'Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/29 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10701 Lewin, J. W. (John William)
1770-1819



British








White-naped Honeyeater (Melithreptus Lunatus) and Spear Grass-tree (Xanthorrhoea Resinosa)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790




Attributed to J. W. Lewin by National Gallery of Australia staff; previously attributed to John Hunter. The watercolour is No. 12 in Hunter's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/82).





National Library of Australia PIC T1238 NK2039/82 LOC MS (cont.) MS SR Cabinet 3/4
10702 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Wild Parsley or Crinkle Bush (Lomatia Silaifolia)



watercolour 23.6 x 18.4 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (lower centre, in pencil): 27; (verso, in pencil) 42 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. a watermark depicts a crown, shield with horn, and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/41 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10703 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Willow-leaf Crowea (Crowea Saligna)



watercolour 23.1 x 17.9 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 32; (in early hand below drawing, in pencil) 43 or L 13 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First fleet Art.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/32 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10704 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Willow-leaf Crowea (Crowea Saligna)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 44 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/44).





National Library of Australia PIC T1200 NK2039/44 LOC MS SR
10705 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Woman of New South Wales



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 99 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/99).





National Library of Australia PIC T1255 NK2039/99 LOC MS SR
10706 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








A Woman of Prince Will(ia)m Sound



watercolour 31.1 x 18.7 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 42; (lower right) Middle size. After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R158 LOC Box A67
10707 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Yellow-eyed Grass (Xyris Sp.)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 58 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/58).





National Library of Australia PIC T1214 NK2039/58 LOC MS SR
10708 Lewin, J. W. (John William)
1770-1819



British








Yellow-tufted Honeyeater (Lichenostomus Melanops)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790




Attributed to J. W. Lewin in The Hunter Sketchbook (National Library of Australia, 1989). The watercolour is No. 96 in John Hunter's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/96).





National Library of Australia PIC T1252 NK2039/96 LOC MS (cont.) SR Cabinet 3/4
10709 British School (18th century)





British








Young Brown Goshawk



watercolour 21.3 x 15.3 cm (s.m.)
watercolour



c. 1795



Inscribed (lower left to lower right): One 3rd of the natural size, painted immediately from nature.





National Library of Australia PIC R9723 LOC 8973
10710 Port Jackson Painter
fl. 1788-1792



British








Aboriginal Hunting Implements and Weapons



watercolour 30.1 x 47.8 cm
watercolour



c. 1790




Previously attributed to John Hunter.





National Library of Australia PIC T2131 NK 144/E LOC Box B13
10711 Port Jackson Painter
fl. 1788-1792



British








Aboriginal Hunting Implements and Weapons



watercolour 30 x 46.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?




Previously attributed to John Hunter.





National Library of Australia PIC T2132 NK144/F LOC Box B13
10712 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Albacore



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed (upper right): No. 1; (lower right) 4 feet long. The watercolour is No. 64 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/64).





National Library of Australia PIC T1220 NK2039/64 LOC MS SR
10713 British School (17th century)





British








Amboina



ink and watercolour 51.4 x 40 cm
drawing



1620










National Library of Australia PIC R9876 LOC 6100
10714 Colebrooke, Robert Hyde
1762-1808



British








Andaman Islands, Indian Ocean



watercolour 27 x 49.5 cm
watercolour



1790



Signed (lower right). The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK141/A).





National Library of Australia PIC T2938 NK141/A LOC 6102
10715 Colebrooke, Robert Hyde
1762-1808



British








Andaman Islands, Indian Ocean



watercolour 27.2 x 49.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK141/B).





National Library of Australia PIC T2939 NK141/B LOC 6103
10716 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








Another View of the Astronomer's Rock, in Ship Cove, King George's Sound, on the Northwest Coast of America W. Ellis Delint. et Pinxt.



watercolour and ink 32.5 x 46.7 cm
drawing



1778




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/H). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T210 NK53/H LOC Box B7
10717 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Apple Berry (Billardiera Scandens)



watercolour 23.6 x 18.8 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 34 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown, shield with horn and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/34 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10718 Cleveley, Robert
1747-1809



British








The Attempt by Capt. Bligh of the Bounty who with 18 Sailors had been Set Adrift in an Open Boat on April 28th, 1789, to Land on Tofoa Island ... Painted by Robert Cleveley



watercolour 32.6 x 52.4 cm
watercolour



1790




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2646).





National Library of Australia PIC T2812 NK2646 LOC 5076
10719 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Australian Owlet-nightjar (Aegotheles Cristatus)



watercolour 32.2 x 40.3 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 12 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'C & J Honig' (Dutch paper).





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/12 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10720 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Banksian Cockatoo



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




The subject of the watercolour has been identified by Jamie Matthews of the CSIRO Australian Bird Collection as a Glossy Black Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus lathami). One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White





National Library of Australia PIC R11196 LOC 6641-6650
10721 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Bird of Providence, or Mount Pitt Bird, Norfolk Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 7; (lower right) 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 87 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Providence petrel (Pterodroma solandri) or Wedge-tailed shearwater (Puffinus pacificus), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/87).





National Library of Australia PIC T1243 NK2039/87 LOC MS SR
10722 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Black-faced Cuckoo-shrike (Coracina Novaehollandiae)



watercolour 38 x 31 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 11 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown oval and reads 'Britannia' and 'WK'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/24 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10723 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Black-necked Stork (Ephippiorhynchus Asiaticus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 29; Stork. The watercolour is No. 57 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/57).





National Library of Australia PIC T1213 NK2039/57 LOC MS SR
10724 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Black Noddy (Anous Minutus)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed: No. 5; Norfolk Island; 1/4 of the natl. size The watercolour is No. 83 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/83).





National Library of Australia PIC T1239 NK2039/83 LOC MS SR
10725 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Blue-faced Honeyeater (Entomyzon Cyanotis)



watercolour 37.2 x 30.3 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 8 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'C & J' Honig' (Dutch paper).





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/17 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10726 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Blue-faced Honeyeater (Entomyzon Cyanotis)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 20; Co-gurrock; 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 39 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/39).





National Library of Australia PIC T1195 NK2039/39 LOC MS SR
10727 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Boobialla (Myoporum Boninense)



watercolour 24.5 x 19.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 50 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Portal'. The plant in the drawing has been identified by Barrie Hadlow, November 2005.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/48 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10728 Lewin, J. W. (John William)
1770-1819



British








Botany Bay Creeper (by) J. W. Lewin



watercolour 25 x 19.2 cm
watercolour



1798




The subject of the watercolour is thought to be a Scarlet honeyeater (Myzomela sanguinolenta).





National Library of Australia PIC R5650 LOC701-F
10729 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Box-leaf Waxflower (Eriostemon Buxifolius) and Button Everlasting Daisy (Helichrysum Scorpioides)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 4 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/4).





National Library of Australia PIC T1160 NK2039/4 LOC MS SR
10730 Parkinson, Sydney
1745 ?-1771



British








Bread Fruit



watercolour 31 x 38.5 cm
watercolour



1769 ?




Possibly by Sydney Parkinson. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK1223).





National Library of Australia PIC T2501 NK1223 LOC 3466
10731 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








Brickfield Hill and Village on the High Road to Parramatta



watercolour 17.7 x 24.5 cm
watercolour



c. 1797




Probably from a drawing by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R282 LOC BOX A28
10732 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Brolga (Grus Rubicundrus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 3; Duralia/Moojil; (scale in feet) The watercolour is No. 5 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/5).





National Library of Australia PIC T1161 NK2039/5 LOC MS SR
10733 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Brookweed (Samolus Repens)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 76 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/76).





National Library of Australia PIC T1232 NK2039/76 LOC MS SR
10734 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Broom Bossiaea (Bossiaea Scolopendria)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 40 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/40).





National Library of Australia PIC T1196 NK2039/40 LOC MS SR
10735 British School (18th century)





British








Brown Bird on Branch



watercolour 16.5 x 17.2 cm (s.m.)
watercolour



c. 1795



Inscribed (lower left to lower right): One 3rd of the natural size, painted immediately from nature.





National Library of Australia PIC R9726 LOC 8976
10736 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Brush Bronzewing (Phaps Elegans) and Sweet Pittosporum (Pittosporum Undulatum)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 2; Gode-gang; 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 3 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/3).





National Library of Australia PIC T1159 NK2039/3 LOC MS SR
10737 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Brush Bronzewing (Phaps Elegans), Male



watercolour and metallic paint 46.5 x 28.6 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 2 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing depicts a Sweet pittosporum (Pittosporum undulatum) for the perch; Crowea (probably Crowea saligna) on left; Everlasting daisy (Helichrysum scorpioides) on right. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'I taylor' (English paper).





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/3 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10738 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Canoes of the Friendly Islands



watercolour 27.1 x 40.8 cm
watercolour



1777 ?



Inscribed (reverse): Mr. (?) Archdeacon (...) of an island in the Pacific Ocean taken from an outline lent (cont.) me by Captn. D. Roberts, R.N. Tentatively attributed to Webber by Joppien and Smith. David Roberts and J. Archdeacon possibly contributed to the piece. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2185).





National Library of Australia PIC T2928 NK2185 LOC 6092-A
10739 Edwards, George
1694-1773



British








Casowar (i.e. Cassowary)



watercolour 27.2 x 22.7 cm
watercolour



1740



Inscribed (reverse): The emeu or casowaro from East Indies. The watercolour is part of the Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK10607).





National Library of Australia PIC T3327 Nk10607 LOC 6330-B
10740 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Channel-billed Cuckoo (Scythrops Novaehollandiae)



watercolour 45.6 x 29.4 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (below drawing, in pencil): Goragan; (upper right, in pencil) 2/4 life K (or possibly M?) S.; (cont.) (verso, in pencil) 10 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a Fleur de lys, shield, and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/23 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10741 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Channel-billed Cuckoo (Scythrops Novaehollandiae)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 25; 1/6 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 49 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/49).





National Library of Australia PIC T1205 NK2039/49 LOC MS SR
10742 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Chief Mourner Otahaite



watercolour 31.4 x 18.9 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 5 A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R145 LOC Box A68
10743 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








A Chief of Kamtchatka



watercolour 31.5 x 19 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 33; (lower right) Short. After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R153 LOC Box A67
10744 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








A Chief of the Tchutzki



watercolour 30.2 x 18.5 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 28; (lower right) Middle size. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R153 LOC Box A67
10745 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








Christmas Harbour, in the Island of Desolation or Kerguelan's (i.e Kerguelen) Land W. Ellis Fect.



watercolour and ink 32.2 x 49.2 cm
drawing



1776




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/P). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T218 NK53/P LOC Box B7
10746 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Clematis Aristata or Clematis Glycinoides



watercolour 24.5 x 19.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 52 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Portal'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/50 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10747 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Collared Sparrowhawk (Accipiter Cirrhocephalus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 30; 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 59 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/59).





National Library of Australia PIC T1215 NK2039/59 LOC MS SR
10748 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Common Bronzewing (Phaps Chalcoptera) and Forest Grass Tree (Xanthorrhoea Media)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed (upper right): No. 9; (top centre) Yegal, Callun, Gode-gang, Goolgadie; (upper left) 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 17 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/17).





National Library of Australia PIC T1173 Nk2039/17 LOC MS SR
10749 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Common Bronzewing (Phaps Chalcoptera)



watercolour and metallic paint 45.8 x 30.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (upper left, pencil): Yegol (possibly Yegal, Gegal or Gegol?); (centre left, in pencil) Durumue (cont.)(possibly Durumuc, Durumice or Durumui?); (verso, in pencil) 3 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing depicts a Small grass-tree (Xanthorrhoea media), and is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'I Taylor'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/11 LOC Box 5 MS SR WS 2
10750 British School (18th century)





British








A Coot



watercolour 42.3 x 30.4 cm
watercolour



c. 1700 ?



Inscribed (upper left): Lat. Fulica, Ital. Folaga. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK10900).





National Library of Australia PIC T3319 NK10900 LOC 6360
10751 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Copy of the aquatint A View in the Island of Poulo after John Webber



watercolour and ink 36.8 x 49.6 cm
drawing



1790




The title is from The Art of Captain Cook's Voyages by Rudiger Joppien and Bernrad Smith. The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK6788/A).





National Library of Australia PIC T443 NK6788/A LOC1299
10752 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Copy of the etching View in the Island of Cracatoa, after John Webber



watercolour and ink 36.5 x 49.5 cm
drawing



1789 ?




The title is from The Art of Captain Cook's Voyages by Rudiger Joppien and Bernrad Smith. The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK6788/B).





National Library of Australia PIC T442 NK6788/B LOC1300
10753 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Crested Cockatoo



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White.





National Library of Australia PIC R11202 LOC 6641-6650
10754 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Crested Goatsucker



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White. The subject of the watercolour has been identified as an Owlet nightjar (Aegotheles cristatus).





National Library of Australia PIC R11200 LOC 6641-6650
10755 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Crested Shrike-tit (Falcunculus Frontatus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 15; War-nuin; 1/2 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 29 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/29).





National Library of Australia PIC T1185 NK2039/29 LOC MS SR
10756 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Crimson Rosella (Platycercus Elegans)



watercolour 40.8 x 32 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 1 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a lion within a circle and motto beneath a crown, and reads 'C & I (=J) HONIG' (Dutch paper).





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/20 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10757 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Crimson Rosella (Platycercus Elegans)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 23; Gorail; 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 45 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/45).





National Library of Australia PIC T1201 NK2039/45 LOC MS SR
10758 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Dancer, Otahaite



watercolour 31.3 x 20.3 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 11. After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R148 LOC Box A67
10759 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Dancer



watercolour 31.2 x 18.6 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 10. After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R149 LOC Box A68
10760 British School (18th century)





British








The Dog of New South Wales



watercolour 23.1 x 28.8 cm
watercolour



1790




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2763).





National Library of Australia PIC T2814 NK2763 LOC 7081
10761 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Dollarbird (Eurystomus Orientalis)



watercolour 47.2 x 28.4 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 9 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a Fleur de Lys, shield, and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/8 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10762 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Dollarbird (Eurystomus Orientalis)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 7; 1/4 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 13 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/13).





National Library of Australia PIC T1169 NK2039/13 LOC MS SR
10763 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Dotted Sun Orchid (Thelymitra Ixioides)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 42 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/42).





National Library of Australia PIC T1198 NK2039/42 LOC MS SR
10764 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Dove, Norfolk Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 8; (lower right) 1/2 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 89 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Norfolk Island ground-dove (Gallicolumba norfolciencis), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/89).





National Library of Australia PIC T1245 NK2039/89 LOC MS SR
10765 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Dwarf Apple (Angophora Hispida)



watercolour 24.4 x 19.3 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 30 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/31 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10766 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Eastern Grey Kangaroo (Macropus Giganteus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: Kang-oo-roo or pa-ta-garang; (scale in feet) 145lb weight. The watercolour is No. 60 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/60).





National Library of Australia PIC T1216 NK2039/60 LOC MS SR
10767 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Eastern Rosella (Platycercus Eximius)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 13; Gorail; 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 25 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/25).





National Library of Australia PIC T1181 NK2039/25 LOC MS SR
10768 Lewin, J. W. (John William)
1770-1819



British








Eastern Spinebill (Acanthorhynchus Tenuirostris)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790




The watercolour is No. 92 in John Hunter's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/92).





National Library of Australia PIC T1248 NK2039/92 LOC MS (cont.)SR Cabinet 3/4
10769 British School (18th century)





British








Eastern View of Sydney



watercolour 17.3 x 24.1 cm
watercolour



1797 ?




After Edward Dayes.





National Library of Australia PIC T2199 NK7070 LOC 2153/D
10770 Dayes, Edward
1763-1804



British








Eastern View of Sydney



watercolour 17.3 x 24.1 cm
watercolour



1797




Probably after a drawing by Thomas Watling.





National Library of Australia PIC R286 LOC BOX A28
10771 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Emu of New South Wales



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: (scale in feet) The watercolour is No. 86 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/86)





National Library of Australia PIC T1242 NK2039/86 LOC MS SR
10772 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Entrance of Rio de Janeiro from the Anchorage without the Sugar Loaf; The Table Land from the Anchorage in the Bay Cape of Good Hope



ink and watercolour on paper 10 x 16 cm (image)
painting



1791 ?




This is a pair of paintings on one sheet. The top painting depicts a view of the entrance to Rio de Janeiro. The distinctive peaks of Rio de Janeiro flank the harbour to the right and left. Buildings are visible on two small islands in the centre of the harbour and on a point on the right. The bottom painting depicts a view of Cape Town from the water with Table Mountain in the background.





National Library of Australia PIC/3312 LOC MS SR Held at MS 9433
10773 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Erect Mistletoe (Amyema Congener)



watercolour 24.5 x 19.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 47 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Portal'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/45 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10774 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Eurasian Crane (Grus Grus) ?



watercolour 35.1 x 24 cm
drawing



1787 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 22 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is presumed to have been executed by Raper on any one of three visits to South Africa between 1787 and 1792, and is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. The identity of the crane in the drawing is not fully established.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/54 LOC Box MS SR WS 2
10775 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Eyebright (Euphrasia Collina)



watercolour 32 x 20.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 31 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'WK'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/2 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10776 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Eyebright (Euphrasia Collina)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 2 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/2).





National Library of Australia PIC T1158 NK2039/2 LOC MS SR
10777 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








False Sarsaparilla (Hardenbergia Violacea)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 26 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/26).





National Library of Australia PIC T1182 NK2039/26 LOC MS SR
10778 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Fasciated Mullet; Doubtful Spanus (i.e. Sparus)



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White.





National Library of Australia PIC R11206 LOC 6641-6650
10779 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Feathers of the Black Cockatoo's Tail



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 61 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts the feathers of a Yellow-tailed black cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus funereus) and those of a Glossy black cockatoo (C. lathami), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/61).





National Library of Australia PIC T1217 NK2039/61 LOC MS SR
10780 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Fish of Rio de Janiero



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1789 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 9; (lower right) 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 72 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts an Atlantic flying gurnard (Dactylopterus volitans), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/72).





National Library of Australia PIC T1228 NK2039/72 LOC MS SR
10781 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Flax Plant of Norfolk Island



watercolour 33.2 x 17.8 cm
watercolour



1790 ?




The watercolour is on a sheet, folded and tipped into the sketchbook. It is No. 91 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a New Zealand flax (Phormium tenax), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/91).





National Library of Australia PIC T1247 NK2039/91 LOC MS SR
10782 Tobin, George
1768-1838



British








Flying Fish of St. Iago (i.e. Santiago) - C. De Verde (i.e. Cape Verde) Islands (by) George Tobin



watercolour 24 x 37.5 cm
watercolour



1791



Inscribed (upper left): Exocoetus exsiliens Lin. Gmel. Bloch pl. 397; (bottom corner) Size of life. There is (cont.)extensive inscription on the reverse. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK1194).





National Library of Australia PIC T2835 NK1194 LOC1209
10783 Colebrooke, Robert Hyde
1762-1808



British








Fort Cornwallis, Andaman Islands



pen, ink, and watercolour 25.8 x 47 cm
drawing



1790




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK170).





National Library of Australia PIC T2940 NK170 LOC 6104
10784 Colebrooke, Robert Hyde
1762-1808



British








Fort Cornwallis, Andaman Islands



pen, ink, and watercolour 27.3 x 47 cm
drawing



1790




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK170).





National Library of Australia PIC T2941 NK171 LOC 6105
10786 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Fringe Lily (Thysanotus Tuberosus)



watercolour 23.1 x 18.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (lower centre, in pencil): 19; (verso, in pencil) 55 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/53 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10787 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Glossy Black Cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus Lathami)



watercolour 48.8 x 30.4 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 21 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a Fleur de Lys, shield, and reads 'GR'. The plant on the right is a Macrozamia species.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/18 LOC Box 5 MS SR WS 2
10788 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Glossy Black-cockatoo (Calyptorhynchus Lathami)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
drawing



1788



Inscribed: Ca-ratt; No. 21; 1/6 of the natl. size. The drawing is No. 41 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/41).





National Library of Australia PIC T1197 NK2039/41 LOC MS SR
10789 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Golden Donkey Orchid (Diuris Aurea)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 52 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/52).





National Library of Australia PIC T1208 NK2039/52 LOC MS SR
10790 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Golden Spray (Viminaria Juncea)



watercolour 23.1 x 18 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (lower centre, in pencil): 33; (verso, in pencil) 43 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads part of 'Budgen' ?





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/42 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10791 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Golden Whistler (Pachycephala Pectoralis)



watercolour 31.5 x 20.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 19 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'T Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/10 LOC Box 1 MS SR WS 2
10792 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Golden Whistler (Pachycephala Pectoralis)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 8; 1/2 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 15 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/15).





National Library of Australia PIC T1171 NK2039/15 LOC MS SR
10793 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Grassland Daisy (Brachycome Augustifolia)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 28 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/28).





National Library of Australia PIC T1184 NK2039/28 LOC MS SR
10794 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Great Brown Kingfisher



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White. The subject of the watercolour has been identified as a Kookaburra.





National Library of Australia PIC R11197 LOC 6641-6650
10795 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Grey Crowned Crane (Balearica Regulorum Regulorum - South African Sub-species)



watercolour 35.1 x 24 cm
drawing



1787 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 24 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is presumed to have been executed by Raper on any one of three visits to South Africa between 1787 and 1792, and is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/56 LOC Box 5 MS SR WS 2
10796 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Grey-headed Blackbird (Turdus Poliocephalus)



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed: Norfolk Island; No. 8; 1/3 less natl. size. The watercolour is No. 90 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/90).





National Library of Australia PIC T1246 NK2039/90 LOC MS SR
10797 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Ground Bird, Lord Howe Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed: N: 9; 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 93 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a White Swamphen (Porphyrio albus), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/93).





National Library of Australia PIC T1249 NK2039/93 LOC MS SR
10798 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Ground Bird, Lord Howe Island



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1790 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 9; (lower right) 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 94 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Lord Howe Island woodhen (Tricholimnas sylvestris), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/94).





National Library of Australia PIC T1250 NK2039/94 LOC MS SR
10799 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Ground Parrot (Pezoporus Wallicus)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 12; Wang-a-wang; 1/2 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 23 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/23).





National Library of Australia PIC T1179 NK2039/23 LOC MS SR
10800 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Handsome Flat-pea (Platylobium Formosum)



watercolour 23.6 x 18.5 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 36 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown, shield with horn, and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/36 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10801 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Handsome Wedge Pea (Gompholobium Grandiflorum)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 32 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/32).





National Library of Australia PIC T1188 NK2039/32 LOC MS SR
10802 Catton, Charles
1756-1819



British








Hepoona Roo



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




Attributed to Charles Catton by Bernard Smith. One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White. The subject of the watercolour has been identified as a Greater glider-possum (Schoinobates volans).





National Library of Australia PIC R11210 LOC 6641-6650
10803 Atkins, Samuel
fl. 1787-1808



British








HMS Endeavour off the Coast of Holland (by) Atkins



watercolour 38 x 50.8 cm
watercolour



1794 ?



Signed (lower left). A lengthy inscription on the reverse refers to the incident in June, 1770 near the (cont.) Endeavour River, Queensland, when Cook's ship struck a reef 'as mentioned in his voyage'.





National Library of Australia PIC R7635 LOC6755
10804 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Hottentot Fig (Carprobrotus Edulis)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 8 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/8).





National Library of Australia PIC T1164 NK2039/8 LOC MS SR
10805 British School (18th century)





British








Hotun



watercolour 37.6 x 53.5 cm
watercolour



1780




Attributed to James (i.e. John) Webber by Rex Nan Kivell. The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK6576).





National Library of Australia PIC T1923 NK6576 LOC 1311/B
10806 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








Inland View of Oitapeeah Bay in the Island Otaheite (i.e. Tahiti) W.W. Ellis Pinxt et Delint



watercolour and ink 32.6 x 47 cm
drawing



1777




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK6577). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T229 NK6577 LOC Box B7
10807 Ellis, William
c. 1756-1785



British








Inside of a Hut at Unalaschka, (i.e. Unalaska) on the NW. Coast of America W. Ellis. Fect



watercolour and ink 28 x 39.8 cm
drawing



1778




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK53/N). It was executed during Cook's third voyage, 1776-1780.





National Library of Australia PIC T216 NK53/N LOC Box B7
10809 Webber, John
1751/2-1793



British








Insulaire d'Owhyee



watercolour 16.8 x 10.8 cm
drawing



1780




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK146).





National Library of Australia PIC T2422 NK146 LOC 7455
10810 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








A Kamtchadale



watercolour 31.1 x 19 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 34 After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R155 LOC Box A67
10811 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








A Kamtchadale Woman



watercolour 31.1 x 19 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (top centre): A woman of Kamchatka, Short; (upper right) No. 35. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R156 LOC Box A67
10812 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Kangaroo Apple (Solanum, possibly Solanum Aviculare)



watercolour 23.1 x 18.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 33 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/33 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10813 British School (18th century)





British








A Kangaroo



watercolour 28.7 x 23.5 cm
watercolour



1790




The drawing is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK T2822).





National Library of Australia PIC T2822 NK6854 LOC 7110
10814 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








King Parrot (Alisterus Scapularis)



watercolour 45.9 x 30.4 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 5 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'I Taylor'. The drawing depicts a Eucalyptus species for the perch.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/16 LOC Box 5 MS SR WS 2
10815 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








King Parrot (Alisterus Scapularis)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: Go-mah (Murry); No. 17; 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 33 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/33).





National Library of Australia PIC T1189 NK2039/33 LOC MS SR
10816 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








King Parrot (Alisterus Scapularis)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 18; 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 35 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/35).





National Library of Australia PIC T1191 NK2039/35 LOC MS SR
10818 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Lambertia Formosa



watercolour 23.6 x 18.9 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil) 29; (in early hand below drawing, in pencil) 8 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown, shield with horn, and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/30 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2
10819 Hodges, William
1744-1797



British








The Landing at Eromanga, One of the New Hebrides



watercolour 31.3 x 41 cm
watercolour



c. 1775










National Library of Australia PIC T2918 NK6828 LOC 656/A
10820 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Large Blue Shark



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1789 ?



Inscribed (upper right): No. 11 The watercolour is No. 74 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts an unidentified whaler shark, and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/74).





National Library of Australia PIC T1230 NK2039/74 LOC MS SR
10821 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo Novaeguineae)



watercolour 40.7 x 32 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 16 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a Britannia Crown oval and reads 'WK'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/4 LOC Box 5 MS SR WS 2
10822 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Laughing Kookaburra (Dacelo Novaeguineae)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 4; Goo-ginne-gan; 1/5 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 7 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/7).





National Library of Australia PIC T1163 NK2039/7 LOC MS SR
10823 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Leafy Purple Flag (Patersonia Glabrata)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 20 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/20).





National Library of Australia PIC T1176 NK2039/20 LOC MS SR
10824 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Little Lorikeet (Glossopsitta Pusilla) and Turquoise Parrot (Neophema Pulchella)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 24; Gorail; 1/2 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 47 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/47).





National Library of Australia PIC T1203 Nk2039/47 LOC MS SR
10825 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Long Flowered Mistletoe (Dendrophthoe Vitellina)



watercolour 23.1 x 18.3 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 45 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/43 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10826 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Long-leaf Five Corners (Styphelia Longifolia)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 36 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/36).





National Library of Australia PIC T1192 NK2039/36 LOC MS SR
10827 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Loriquet of the Phillipine Islands



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1791 ?



Inscribed (lower right): 1/2 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 78 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It depicts a Red and blue lory (Eos histrio), and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/78).





National Library of Australia PIC T1234 NK2039/78 LOC MS SR
10828 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Love Creeper (Comesperma Volubile)



watercolour 23.1 x 18.2 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 46 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/44 LOC Box 4 MS SR WS 2
10829 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Man of Duke of York's Island



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1791 ?




The watercolour is No. 97 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It includes drawings, with inscriptions, of a native artefact and a musical instrument, and is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/97).





National Library of Australia PIC T1253 NK2039/97 LOC MS SR
10830 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Man of New South Wales (by) J.H.



watercolour 18.9 x 12 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 88 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/88).





National Library of Australia PIC T1244 NK2039/88 LOC MS SR
10831 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








A Man of New Zealand



watercolour 31.2 x 18.5 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 15. After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R150 LOC Box A68
10832 Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de
1740-1812



French








Man of Prince William Sound



watercolour 31.2 x 18.7 cm
watercolour



1785



Inscribed (upper right): No. 40; (lower right) Short. After a sketch by John Webber. A costume design for the pantomime Omai.





National Library of Australia PIC R157 LOC Box A67
10833 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








A Man of the Island of Kadiak (by) J.H.



watercolour 22.3 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788 ?




The watercolour is No. 100 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/100).





National Gallery of Victoria PIC T1256 NK2039/100 LOC MS SR
10834 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Man of the Islands Call'd Lord Howe's Group (by) J. Hunter



watercolour 18 x 17.3 cm
watercolour



1791



Signed and dated (lower right). The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK220).





National Library of Australia PIC T2435 NK220 LOC 6011-G
10835 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Man of the Islands, Call'd Lord Howe's Group



watercolour 18.7 x 12 cm
watercolour



1791 ?




The watercolour is No. 98 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/98).





National Library of Australia PIC T1254 NK2039/98 LOC MS SR
10836 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Masked Lapwing (Vanellus Miles)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 6; Boon-ya-rin a rin; 1/3 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 11 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/11).





National Library of Australia PIC T1167 NK2039/11 LOC MS SR
10837 Plott, John
1722-1803



British








Melanesian Implements



watercolour 20.3 x 25.7 cm
watercolour



1783




The watercolour is part of the Rex Nan KIvell Collection (NK184).





National Library of Australia PIC T2922 NK184 LOC 6091-A
10838 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Milkmaids (Burchardia Umbellata)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 54 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/54).





National Library of Australia PIC T1210 NK2039/54 LOC MS SR
10839 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Mistletoe-bird (Dicaeum Hirundinaceum) and Red-browed Finch (Neochima Temporalis)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 27; (1/2) of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 53 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/53).





National Library of Australia PIC T1209 NK2039/53 LOC MS SR
10840 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Mitre Weed (Mitrasacme Polymorpha or Mitrasacme Paludosa)



watercolour 23.1 x 18.1 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): #39 Budgen Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark reads 'Budgen'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/39 LOC Box 3 MS SR WS 2
10841 Cleveley, John
c. 1745-1786



British








Morea (i.e. Moorea) one of the Friendly Islands in the South Seas, 1777



watercolour 51.3 x 69 cm
watercolour



1784 ?










National Library of Australia PIC T2810 NK2847 LOC 5090
10842 British School (18th century)





British








Mosmans Bay



watercolour 22.9 x 33.3 cm
watercolour



1790



Monogram (lower left): could read X.B., J.B., or T.B.





National Library of Australia PIC R4870 LOC 2599
10843 Stone, Sarah
1760-1844



British








Motacilla



watercolour 23 x 17.2 cm
watercolour



1790




One of fifteen watercolours mounted in an album with the title Natural History Specimens of New South Wales Copied from Nature by Sarah Stone, 1790. The watercolours were used for the engravings in the Journal of a Voyage to New South Wales by John White. The subject of the watercolour has been identified as a Brown thronbill (Acanthiza pusilla).





National Library of Australia PIC R11199 LOC 6641-6650
10844 British School (18th century)





British








Mucharunga, Kingfisher



watercolour 27.1 x 45.2 cm
watercolour



1790




The watercolour is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK6853).





National Library of Australia PIC T3318 NK6853 LOC 6357-A
10845 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Musk Lorikeet (Glossopsitta Concinna)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788



Inscribed: No. 28; Gorail; 1/2 of the natl. size. The watercolour is No. 55 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/55).





National Library of Australia PIC T1211 NK2039/55 LOC MS SR
10846 British School (18th century)





British








Musk Lorikeet



watercolour 15.8 x 16.5 cm (s.m.)
watercolour



c. 1795



Inscribed (lower left to lower right): One 4th natural size, painted immediately from nature.





National Library of Australia PIC R9724 LOC 8974
10847 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Nankeen Night Heron (Nycticorax Caledonicus)



watercolour 47.9 x 29.8 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): 6 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing depicts a Caladenia carnea (pink fingers) on the left; a Carpobrotus glaucescens, centre; and a Viola hederacea on the left. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a Fleur de Lys shield and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/5 LOC Box 5 MS SR WS 2
10848 British School (18th century)





British








Nankeen Night Heron



watercolour 16.7 x 16.6 cm (s.m.)
watercolour



c. 1795



Inscribed (lower left to lower right): One 5th of the natural size, painted immediately from nature.





National Library of Australia PIC R9728 LOC 8978
10849 Hunter, John
1737-1821



British








Native Fuchsia (Epacris Longiflora) and Purple Waxlip Orchid (Glossodia Major)



watercolour 22.6 x 18.3 cm
watercolour



1788




The watercolour is No. 56 in the artist's Birds & Flowers of New South Wales Drawn on the Spot in 1788, '89 & '90. It is part of the library's Rex Nan Kivell Collection (NK2039/56).





National Library of Australia PIC T1212 NK2039/56 LOC MS SR
10850 Raper, George
1769-1797



British








Native Fuchsia (Epacris Longiflora)



watercolour 23.7 x 18.9 cm
drawing



1789 ?



Inscribed (verso, in pencil): #27; (below drawing, in pencil) 11 Attributed to George Raper by the National Library of Australia Pictures Branch. The drawing is part of the library's Ducie Collection of First Fleet Art. A watermark depicts a crown, shield with horn, and reads 'GR'.





National Library of Australia PIC/9838/28 LOC Box 2 MS SR WS 2