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Hyde Park Barracks Sydney Hardy Wilson Australian Architecture

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Hyde Park Barracks, Sydney NSW


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Antique print relating to Australia


The Hyde Park Barracks was built in 1819 to house, clothe and feed convict men and boys. This impressive brick building and walled compound, located at the head of Sydney's historic Macquarie Street, was designed by convict architect Francis Greenway. 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. Laid down and in old mount which has been glued down to backing board.

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artist After Thomas Hardy Wilson (1881-1955)
method Collotype
date 1924
size 325mm by 250mm (image)
SKU AU5209