The Resource Profile portraits of Aborigines of New South Wales

Profile portraits of Aborigines of New South Wales

Label
Profile portraits of Aborigines of New South Wales
Title
Profile portraits of Aborigines of New South Wales
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Summary
Photographic copies of lithographs by William Henry Fernyhough. Fernyhough prepared this series of profiles as "a pretty present to friends in England as characteristic of this country"
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1809-1849
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Fernyhough, W. H.
Date time place
Sydney; Newcastle, NSW, 1834
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1809-1849
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Fernyhough, W. H.
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  • Bungaree
  • Gooseberry, Cora
  • Jemmy
  • Punch
  • Tommy
Label
Profile portraits of Aborigines of New South Wales
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • See Fernyhough, William: 'Profile portraits of Aborigines of New South Wales drawn from life and on stone' (Austin & co., Sydney, 1834)
  • Part of an incomplete set of ten lithographs. The two lithographs missing from the full set as published by Austin & Co. are: Bill Worrell and Native Dance. The persons drawn are referred to as Tommy (Broken Bay Tribe); Toby (Broken Bay Tribe); Mary (Botany Bay Tribe); Cullabaa (Native of Lake George, Five Islands Tribe); Jemmy (Newcastle Tribe); Boardman (Lake Macquarie Tribe); Punch (Wife of Cullabaa, Broken Bay Tribe); Mickie (Lake Macquarie, Newcastle Tribe); Gooseberry (Widow of King Bungaree); Bungaree (Late chief of the Broken Bay Tribe, Sydney)
Control code
P0000554
Dimensions
26.5 x 19 cm.
Extent
10 lithographs
Governing access note
Open access
Immediate source of acquisition
AIATSIS;
Note
No form
Other physical details
black and white
Stock number
FERNYHAUGH.W01.BW (N01830, N03651)
System control number
(Sirsi) P0000554
Terms governing use
Public domain
Label
Profile portraits of Aborigines of New South Wales
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Publication
Note
  • See Fernyhough, William: 'Profile portraits of Aborigines of New South Wales drawn from life and on stone' (Austin & co., Sydney, 1834)
  • Part of an incomplete set of ten lithographs. The two lithographs missing from the full set as published by Austin & Co. are: Bill Worrell and Native Dance. The persons drawn are referred to as Tommy (Broken Bay Tribe); Toby (Broken Bay Tribe); Mary (Botany Bay Tribe); Cullabaa (Native of Lake George, Five Islands Tribe); Jemmy (Newcastle Tribe); Boardman (Lake Macquarie Tribe); Punch (Wife of Cullabaa, Broken Bay Tribe); Mickie (Lake Macquarie, Newcastle Tribe); Gooseberry (Widow of King Bungaree); Bungaree (Late chief of the Broken Bay Tribe, Sydney)
Control code
P0000554
Dimensions
26.5 x 19 cm.
Extent
10 lithographs
Governing access note
Open access
Immediate source of acquisition
AIATSIS;
Note
No form
Other physical details
black and white
Stock number
FERNYHAUGH.W01.BW (N01830, N03651)
System control number
(Sirsi) P0000554
Terms governing use
Public domain

Library Locations

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