Located on the western side of Woolloomooloo Bay, now the site of the Andrew ‘Boy’ Charlton Pool, this attractive har
John Lewin, a natural history illustrator, was the first free professional artist to migrate to New South Wales, arri
Stephen Taylor worked in England from 1807 to 1849 and produced this early depiction of Sydney Harbour in 1813, despi
Once attributed to the 1840s travel artist, George French Angas, this oil by an unknown artist seems to depict Five I
St Phillip’s at Church Hill, with its distinctive, almost 50-foot high (15 metre) crenelated tower, stood near Lang P
Jamberoo is a town in the rolling hinterland behind Kiama on the NSW south coast.
Castle Rock sits off Cape Schanck at the southernmost tip of the Mornington Peninsula, separating the wild ocean wate
Robert Hoddle, a surveyor who worked in country NSW in the early 1830s is best known for his involvement in the layin
Robert Hoddle, a surveyor who worked in country New South Wales in the early 1830s is best known for his involvement
Joseph Docker was an English surgeon, politician, landowner and amateur photographer who moved to Sydney in 1834.
Within months of arriving in Sydney in 1835, Conrad Martens became a frequent traveller, in search of picturesque sub
Conrad Martens travelled to southern New South Wales, as far as Goulburn, in 1836 and visited Arthursleigh Station.
In August 1836 Conrad Martens travelled widely across the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, in search of pictur
Pictured here in a black coat and white cravat is Phillip Parker King, a naval officer and hydrographer.
Artist Richard Noble was one of the most accomplished portrait painters working in Sydney in the 1850s.
Cornelius Delohery started public service in NSW as a government letter-carrier in 1830 and a short time later was st
This mysterious portrait of an unknown, handsome young Aboriginal man is believed to have belonged to Governor Lachla
The three daughters of Edward Samuell, a successful Sydney publican, are (from the left), Emma, Harriet and Fanny, at
In 1925 the Trustees of the Public Library of New South Wales commissioned Norman Carter to paint a portrait of David
Captain William Paterson, soldier, explorer and naturalist, arrived in the colony, with his wife Elizabeth, in Octobe
Emily Macpherson, born in 1863, was the mother of artist and architect, John D Moore and grandmother of photographer,
This portrait of an unnamed baby is highly unusual and goes against 19th century portraiture convention by showing su
James Sinclair, a proud Scot, settled in Goulburn with his wife in 1843, having arrived in New South Wales in the lat
Cityscapes, seascapes, studies of Sydney Harbour and interiors
Sydney Long, born in 1871, studied at the Art Society of NSW School under Alfred Daplyn and Julian Ashton.