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Entrance Brownlow Hill Camden NSW Hardy Wilson

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Entrance to Brownlow Hill, Camden, NSW


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Antique print relating to Australia


Brownlow Hill is a colonial farming estate with an outstanding scenic landscape setting with many rare surviving early colonial structures and features. Brownlow Hill contains a designed landscape with ground modeling, layout and plantings from the pre-1860s. The homestead layout and farm was established by Alexander Macleay, first Colonial Secretary of NSW and his sons George and to a lesser extent James Macleay. Tipped-in collotype from Hardy Wilson's 'Old Colonial Architecture in New South Wales and Tasmania'. William Hardy Wilson was an Australian architect, artist and author. Determined to make Australians as aware of their early colonial heritage, Wilson made drawings of colonial buildings in New South Wales and Tasmania: he 'looked at buildings with a painter's eye as much as an architect's', even noting the plants in their gardens. In 1924, his 'Old Colonial Architecture in New South Wales and Tasmania' was published containing 50 collotypes after his drawings.

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artist After Thomas Hardy Wilson (1881-1955)
method Collotype
date 1924
size 335mm by 260mm (image) 480mm by 380mm (sheet)
SKU AU6577