Joseph Lycett - Convict Artist

Joseph Lycett - Convict Artist

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Joseph Lycett - Convict Artist examines the life and work of one of Australia's earliest colonial artists, Joseph Lycett, who worked in Australia from 1815 to 1822, and was responsible for the most extravagantly illustrated account of the colony, published in London in 1824 - 25.

His works in watercolour and oil are among the most important visual records of early New South Wales and Tasmania, documenting the life of the Aboriginal, the landscape and its flora, and the towns, houses and properties of colonial Australia from a time when there were few such competent artists in the colony.

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  • Author: Super User
  • Publisher: Historic Houses Trust of NSW
  • ISBN-10: 0596006810
  • ISBN-13: 1 876991 21 6
  • Pages: 285 pages
  • Price: No longer In Print

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