Thomas TURNER, South south west view of Augusta, Western Australia, October 1833 Enlarge 1 /1

Thomas TURNER

London, England 1813 – Forbes, New South Wales, Australia 1895

  • Australia from 1830

South south west view of Augusta, Western Australia, October 1833 October 1833 Place made: Augusta, Western Australia, Australia
Materials & Technique: drawings, watercolours, paper; watercolour painting in watercolour Support: black wove paper

Primary Insc: Titled lower centre under image in black ink [on separate sheet], 'S.S.W. View of Augusta, Westerrn Australia / taken by Thomas Turner. October 1833 / No 1 Capt (n) ['n' in superscript] Molloys House. No 2 Mess (rs) ['rs' insuperscript] Bussells. / 3 Mr T W Turner. 4 The Barracks. / 5 The New Town one mile from Augusta. / 6 The Schooner Cumberland: Cap (tn) ['tn' in superscript] J McDermot'.
Dimensions: image 19.2 h x 48.2 w cm sheet 20.8 h x 55.9 w cm framed (overall) 597 h x 863 w x 33 d mm
Acknowledgement: The Wordsworth Collection, purchased 2010
Accession No: NGA 2010.986
Subject: Collection: The Wordsworth collection of Western Australian colonial art, acquired 2010. Australia, Art period: Colonial, Western Australia
Provenance:
  • Purchased by the National Gallery of Australia, from Marie Louise Wordsworth, Perth, October 2010.