* Carmichael Sydney Cove from the Stream 1838 {1891} Loc? [PR]

Carmichael, John (1811-57; Scottish/Australian) Sydney Cove from the Stream 1838 Engraving, c.7.3 x 17.0 cm (image) Purchased, 1891 Present location unknown See * Carmichael Sydney Cove, from Fort Philip 1838 {1891} Loc? [PR]. [photo: comparative impression in NGA, Canberra (purchased, 2004)] Refs. AR 1891, p.25; NGV 1894, p.112 (V.Buvelot Gallery, 3rd bay, no.16); NGV 1905, p.133 (V.Buvelot

Carmichael, John (1803-57; Scottish/Australian)

Works included in this catalogue Carmichael after Adamson Melbourne from the South side of the Yarra {1891} SLV [PR] * Carmichael Sydney Cove, from Fort Phillip 1838 {1891} Loc? [PR] * Carmichael Sydney Cove from the Stream 1838 {1891} Loc? [PR] Carmichael, who trained in Edinburgh, worked as a printmaker in Sydney from about 1825.

Buckner, Richard (1812-83; English)

Works included in this catalogue Bellin after Buckner Sir Charles Fitzroy {1872} SLV [PR] Chant after Buckner (?) Sir William Thomas Denison 1863 {by 1894} SLV [PR] Buckner led a successful career as a portraitist. Most sources agree on the biographical dates given above. Refs. For Buckner, see Bénézit 2, p.1436 and AKL 15 (1997), p.7;

* Béatrizet after Michelangelo The Last Judgement {by 1894} Loc? [PR]

Béatrizet, Nicolas (c.1507/15 – after 1577?; French), after Michelangelo Buonarotti (1475-1564; Italian) The Last Judgement Engraving in 10 sheets, overall size unknown Date of acquisition unknown (by 1894) Present location unknown This large-scale engraving of Michelangelo’s famous Sistine Chapel fresco (1536-41), produced in a lavish multi-sheet format, was first issued in 1562 by the French-publisher

Webber, John (1751-93; English)

Works included in this catalogue Bartolozzi & Byrne, after Webber: Death of Captain Cook 1785 {1882} SLV [PR] * Hodges or Webber (?) Native of Otaheite {1882} Loc? [DR] See also Hodges, William (1774-97; English) Webber was the artist member of Cook’s third and last voyage (1776-79). His posthumous oil portrait of Cook (1782) was bought for

Bai after Germak La Monténégrine {1868} NGV [PR]

Bai, Jos. (details unknown), after Germak, Jar (details unknown) La Monténégrine Engraving Presented by the Belgian Government 1868 National Gallery of Victoria (p.179.12-1) The title translates as “a woman from Montenegro”; she appears to be wearing the national costume. Neither artist involved in producing this print (as identified in the inscriptions) has been traced. For

*Adlard after Evans (G.) Hobart Town, 1821 {by 1894} Loc? [PR]

Adlard, Henry (active c.1821-70; English), after Evans, George William (1780-1852; English) Hobart Town, 1821 Engraving, size unknown Acquired by 1894 Unidentified; present location unknown Evans, a noted early colonial explorer and surveyor, and an artist of considerable ability, arrived in Sydney via South Africa in 1802. He was second-in-command to Surveyor-General John Oxley during the