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  • Australian Flora & Fauna in the 1790's Giclee taken from original copper engraving published in 1789 after early settlement of Australia at Port Jackson in 1788 (later named Sydney) and is a testimony to European facination with botany and zoology to have been prepared so early. The naivity is due the artist not being able to study the live specimen back in London. 
 Size of approximately images = 20cm x 27cm
Archival Edition Limited to 200 each image. Issued with numbered certificate.

Laced Lizard

$71.69

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Australian Flora & Fauna in the 1790's

Giclee from original copper engravings published in 1789 after early settlement of Australia at Port Jackson in 1788 (later named Sydney) and is a testimony to European facination with botany and zoology to have been prepared so early. The naivity is due the artist not being able to study the live specimen back in London.
IDEAL FOR THE NATURALIST.
Size of approximately images = 20cm x 27cm
<Archival Edition Limited to 200 each image. Issued with numbered certificate.

'Laced Lizard'
Archival limited Edition of original copper engraving after
Frederick P. Nodder originally published Dec. 29, 1789 by J.Debrett, London.

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  1. Laced Lizard-full of character 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th May 2012

    Terre Australis is such a Noah's Ark of natural treasures! The Patterns on reptiles are so inspiring. Fantastic to add this early NSW specimen to my library of inspiration

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