W.C. PIGUENITSTAFF ENGRAVER, Ziphius Tasmaniensis, a rare species of dolphin, killed near Flinders Island | Salmon ponds at New Norfolk, Australia. Enlarge 1 /1

W.C. PIGUENIT

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 1836 – Hunters Hill, New South Wales, Australia 1914

print after

  • England 1898, 1900

STAFF ENGRAVER

wood-engraver

Ziphius Tasmaniensis, a rare species of dolphin, killed near Flinders Island | Salmon ponds at New Norfolk, Australia. 26 January 1867
Collection Title: The Illustrated London News, London, 1842-2003
Page: no.1410, 26 January 1867, page 97
Place made: London, Greater London, United Kingdom, England
Materials & Technique: prints, ink; paper wood-engravings, printed in black ink, each from one block Support: thin smooth off-white wove paper
Manufacturer's Mark: no manufacturer's mark
Edition State: published state
Impression: undesignated impression as issued
Edition: print run unknown

Dimensions: printed image (a) 9.2 h x 15.0 w cm printed image (b) 14.8 h x 23.8 w cm sheet 39.3 h x 25.4 w cm
Acknowledgement: The Gregg collection of Australian and Pacific colonial prints. Gift of Ted and Gina Gregg, 2010.
Accession No: NGA 2011.55
Provenance:
  • Gift to the National Gallery of Australia, from Ted and Gina Gregg, Sydney, February 2011.