New South Wales Illustrated: The Sketches of F.C. Terry, Introduction by James Murray


“The engravings presented in this book are a graphic record of the scenes and life of New South Wales at a time when the transition from settlement to thriving colony had been made, but before the natural beauty of landscape had been disrupted by development.” “The artist, Frederick Charles Terry, has remain a rather anonymous figure among artists of the period.” “On his death in 1869, the Sydney Morning Herald said of him ‘As a watercolour artist, Mr. Terry stood second to none in the colonies'”

First published as The Australian Keepsake 1855 by Sands & Kenny, this edition published in 1973 by Lansdowne Press, Large (255 x 300mm) 91 pages, hardcover with slightly damaged dust jacket, some wear on the edges, otherwise excellent condition.

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