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  • This view shows the modest residence of the Governor, John Hindmarsh, and also the distant view of where the Adelaide Festival Theatre stands today on the Banks of the River Torrens.

Government House and Part of North Terrace, East View, Adelaide, SA

$40.31

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Adelaide colonial scene that was based on sketches by  artist, F.R.Nixon , done in 1845, 9 years after settlement.

This original chromolithograph was published by E.S.Wigg & Son in 1886. This firm is still with us in 2001, our Federation centenary year. This view shows the modest residence of the Governor, John Hindmarsh, and also the distant view of where the festival Theatre stands today. The Archeological remains are located near the present day more impressive building.

The Gallery celebrated 100 YEARS OF FEDERATION in 2001 by adding this scene to our catalogue.

Size of portrait images = 14cm x 19cm

Archival Edition Limited to 200 each image. Issued with numbered certificate.

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  1. Early North Tce! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th May 2012

    Wow! this must have been the earlier building! wonder if the foundations are still there...somewhere. Still all good information for my study which appreciate indeed!

  2. Early Adelaide architecture 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 24th May 2012

    These are great for my quest of putting together a themed wall of all the places I have lived. I Love these colonial views of Adelaide, the beautiful city that she is!

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