Exploration, Travel and Topographical Pictures

17 Dec 2008, starting at 14:00 GMT .

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John Cleveley II (British, 1747-1786) Views of the South Seas, a set of four 1. View of Huaheine, one of the Society Islands; 2. View of Morea, one of the Friendly Islands; 3. View of Charlotte Sound in New Zealand (sic, actually a view in Matavai Bay, Tahiti); 4. View of Owhyhee, one of the Sandwich Islands (also known as 'The Death of Cook') 43 x 59cm (16 15/16 x 23 1/4in) (image size) ((4))

French School, circa 1868 A traditional hut at Kanala, New Caledonia

Herkis Hume Nisbet (British, 1849-1923) Basilisk Bay, New Guinea

Margaret Olrog Stoddart (New Zealand, 1865-1934) The homestead

Manner of Gottfried Lindauer Maori mother and child

James Alfred Turner (Australian, 1850-1908) The mail coach 39.4 x 62.3 cm. (15 1/2 x 24 1/2 in.)

James Alfred Turner (Australian, 1850-1908) A flock crossing a ford; The broken fence, a pair 25.4 x 33cm (10 x 13in) each

James Waltham Curtis (Australian, 1839-1901) A camp near the Dandenong Ranges

Australian School, circa 1900 The Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne

Marian Ellis Rowan (Australian, 1848-1922) Flowers

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