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We are just fortunate that there are some left for us to recognise his contribution to Australia in the artwork, printing and engraving industries.When John Carmichael advertised that he had created a series of engravings of Sydney and its surrounding scenery in December 1828 (3 years after his arrival to Sydney), this collection of a booklet with 6 images were sold publicly from March 1829 and was all sold by end of May 1829.
John Carmichael is fast completing his series of engravings of Sydney and its surrounding scenery.This post covers other artworks John Carmichael have done through his lifetime between Scotland and Australia.He did quite a lot in his 54 years, including teaching, drawing, etching, engraving, printing, painting, and doing lithography.From a notice printed in JOHN CARMICHAEL, Engraver, begs most respectfully to intimate to the Gentry and Inhabitants of Sydney at large, that he now resides at the house of Messrs Mc’Naughton and Rowell, apothecaries, No. returns his sincere and grateful thanks to those who have hitherto honoured him with their favours, and ventures to pledge himself, that none who think proper to employ him will ever have cause to repent their kindness and Patronage. miniatures from two to give guineas; transparent window blinds, painted to order, landscapes copied and all kinds of fancy work done in the neatest manner.” His first known artwork done in Australia was the watercolour portrait done with ink on card.6, King Street; where he means to prosecute his profession, in all its various Branches. Orders executed with the utmost promptitude care and dipatch. John Carmichael have signed it as ‘drawn by John Carmichael, 19th December 1826, Sydney New South Wales’.“King of black Native” (assumed to be the well known ‘Bungaree’): Large.aspx?
item ID=403174 The rest shown here are others I’ve found online: Detail Paged.cgi?
item ID=179006 That’s about it for John Carmichael’s works.
I am sure there are so many more, but probably not easily found now as many would have disappeared over time.
Two of the views we have seen – they have taken Mr.
Carmichael two months’ assiduous labor, and certainly do him infinite credit.
In one view the observer is supposed to be stationed on Hyde Park, looking north-easterly.