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Deaf Dumb Asylum Melbourne Photolithograph Phillip Stephan

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Deaf & Dumb Asylum, Melbourne


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Antique print relating to Australia


Depicts what is now 'The Victorian College for the Deaf', St Kilda Road, Melbourne. From 'Picturesque views of Australia'. The photo-lithographic process was invented by photographer Samuel Phillip and lithographic-printer Adam Stephan, working together in a cellar in Woolloomooloo, Sydney. Phillip and Stephan produced a series of landscapes, based mainly on photographs by Caire, Lindt, and Bayliss. The company was active from 1884 to 1910.

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artist Phillip-Stephan Photo-Litho. and Typographic Process Co Ltd (1887-1910)
method Photo-Lithograph, printed in colour
date 1888
size 420mm by 530mm (sheet) 285mm by 360mm (image)
SKU AU7657